I was an early adopter of Android, I got pretty much the first device they released, it didn't even have a headphone jack, but it did have a trackball which was surprisingly handy for text input and would light up when an alert happened. It was the HTC Magic (was called something else in the states). I flashed a new cyanogenmod firmware since it took my carrier forever to do updates (was stuck on cupcake which I'm pretty sure is the first android version), and had a hard time changing the firmware after that. The carrier blocked data access to all android devices that didn't have the new Rogers-approved Donut 1.6 OTA update which they offered months after the fact, and since I had changed the SPL and radios or whatever they're called, I couldn't update it, and was without data for quite some time, even though I was already running a newer version of Donut 1.6 which fixed the issue of not being able to dial 911 while data was being used. When I switched to an iPhone after that it was so polished and sleek that I stuck with them for a couple years. Long story short, Apple has served it's purpose and it's time to go back. The whole Maps fiasco was the final straw. Lack of innovation is one thing, but setting yourself back multiple years
for such a key component of a mobile OS is inexcusable.