What does the iPhone 5 mean to Android? Not a lot
The new and longer iPhone 5 is here, but it won’t shorten Android’s appeal.
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As it usually does, Apple got the tech world excited this week when it introduced its new iPhone 5.
The magically, magnificent device will be an experience like no other and will provide consumers a 4-inch display and 4G LTE connectivity. In other words, stuff that Android phones have enjoyed for the better part of two years. That is, of course, unless you get a Sprint or Verizon iPhone 5 and want to use simultaneous voice and data.
In all seriousness, though, the new iPhone will be a…