[citation][nom]koolkat574[/nom]I have a Galaxy S II and it doesn't lag at all...[/citation]
Good to hear!
We had Verizon and before we moved (and lost all reception for them) tried three Android phones, ranging from $100-150 OC (this was nearly two years ago), all had lag. We then switched to Sprint, went through five or six (I forget) phones, including a Galaxy S (1) phone. Each phone had this same issue, however I will say the Galaxy S phone was the best of the bunch, and easily the phone (S2 now, obviously) I'd buy if I were to go back to Android.
During the 9 months or so we went through Android phones, the common theme of UI and app lag (go to Best Buy and play with pretty much any Android tablet, and if they let you, phone, and see what I mean) and an overall inferior app/game selection on Android, so I decided to go with Apple. I've been messing with computer hardware since 1998 (I was 13) and have always had disdain for Apple, and while I'd probably never buy one of their computers (although I wouldn't recommend against it - it depends what it's going to be used for), every single aspect of the iPhone 4 I've had for a little over a year now has been better than any Android phone I've used.
PC guys will bash Apple because it's the cool thing to do, primarily, but also because "you can't modify Apple software" (you can through jailbreaking, which I don't do, but whatever), or because they REALLY want to buy a phone and have the ability for some reason to hook it up to an HDMI port. That's fine, I respect that Android has some expandibility options that iOS doesn't, nobody's arguing that.
Really, it doesn't matter what I say, because I purchased one (and subsequently a second, although you really don't have ANY valid competition for the iPad 2, so that's irrelevant) Apple product, I am a follower of Apple, buy every single thing they sell, sit around like a silly d-bag and in general are a moron.
That's what people who own Apple products are, apparently. ;-)