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#16 "Apple sells more according to... [plug in your favorite metric]."
The fact is, there are way more Android phones out there then there are iPhones. This is without dispute. The fact also is, the Android market is far more fragmented than the iOS market. This also is without dispute.
I honestly don't consider either of these a valid argument. When picking a phone, you want to know the manufacturer will be around for the long haul, so Samsung and Apple are both good bets, but HTC (with some financial problems) might not be. You want a phone that meets your needs. And you want a large library of apps. While some apps do come out for iOS first, there is clearly no shortage of apps for either market.
Now, if you're talking Windows Phone or BlackBerry, then I'd say that the minimal impact both have made on the market is a cause for concern.
Should Apple users feel better about themselves because of this? Compared to Windows Phone and BlackBerry, sure. Compared to Android, it's a toss-up to the point that it just doesn't matter (as long as you buy your Android phone from a solid vendor).
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