I do not think one can compare different manufacturers use rate since OS and geography has an impact, but you probably can compare Galaxy S4 to S3 to S2. Notice that the S4 is selling very poorly compared to the S3 at this time.
I think the total cost of ownership of an iPhone is much less than a high end Android phone due to its longevity and OS upgrade policy.
Contrast that with the Keystone Pipeline - high level blue-collar jobs with further job creation in the refineries. If we do not build the pipeline here, the Canadians are likely to build one to the ocean and export the stuff to be refined somewhere else and the result will be the loss of well paying jobs. When we choose to not develop ANWR and states elect to not drill for oil and gas - then we are shipping these jobs overseas.
Require the return to single use plastic bags for one quarter.
Go back to reusable bags.
Study hospital data.
If anything, Google should be the one to blame. Why didn't it have an app ready to replace Maps like it did for YouTube?
Because Google is too busy watching Apple flounder with this PR nightmare. Why should Google be in any hurry?
Because most users are not going to have any problems with Apple's version of Maps and will stick with it. I am in Houston, Tx which is a large city with flyover. The longer Google waits to offer their service, the smaller the audience they will get.
I have noticed that Apple does not have the individual buildings labeled at Rice University. On the other hand, they have a current picture of the new Dynamo Stadium (opened March 2012) where Google maps shows an empty lot.