i vs A
Everything in Apple is about trying to avoid the need to guess how something works whilst Google still has the rtfm stance beneath the lipstick. I doubt engineers inside Google get it, it feels like they could use some industrial designers.
AT&T is a US problem, Android is still inconsistent. Having Flash compatibility is a joke. Especially on a mobile device. Try it, enjoy the slow mess.
Then there's this disturbing attitude of Google criticising Apple but copying everything they do, screaming that they are "open" but mostly to put all your data on their servers.
Actually, Nokia with the N900's Maemo Linux platform has more credibility at openess.
Apple in denial of Android gaining attention? They know that with all their competitors fighting back using Android, they will have to share the market.
Android is the most likely to fill the low-end market, share the mid-range market with the biggest fight at the top. Google's lead there is far from certain, outside the IT crowd:
Apple: ease of use, design, great UI, integration
Google: me-too OS, fragmented choice, find-that-buggy-app-yourself