Revolutionary devices don't come along that often. I was meaning more along the lines of the iPod and the iPhone where they pretty much created an industry.
I don't dispute the Android benefits... I can use any device since I get a new one every month but no one has the fan base the ferver that Apple fans have... they're worse than Hamilton fans.
Android is not innovative, they pretty much took the apple design of an iPhone and have been trying to improve it and make it better for four years now and they're still not as functional in an enterprise environment than Apple. Android releases just as much incremental cr@p ware and there is a tremendous amount of fragmentation because each manufacturer not only picks and chooses the API's they want to include but also edit them to make their OS look unique when more often than not it simply gets in the way.
The retina display, the integration with iTunes, the compass, level, gyroscope, granted not revolutionary but all things that were found in an iPhone first. So I do give them credit where credit is due, even if I don't give them my money.