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Sorry for exposing you to my unusually high standards of quality...  While Apple clearly makes the cut, you and Rolex do not.
How could you possibly know that?
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While Rolex is arguably one of the best known luxury watches, a $50 Timex can tell time as accurately if not better than a Rolex.  The iPhone deserves a better analogy than that.
Et tu, Brute? Don't worry, we all knew that you meant Astronomy.
What if a watch analyst said something like this... The Rolex Submariner praised as 'a Windows Lumia among a sea of Androids'. Would you chime in with your two cents worth?
And plenty of watches have been released that are better than a Rolex which is why the analogy doesn't work.
I agree that iPhone is in a class of it's own, but Rolex is not, not even close!
Not a good analogy in my opinion. There are so many great watches out there, but smartphones, not so much... And if we are talking about Swiss watches, there are plenty of watches in that price and quality category that I would choose over a Rolex.
Agreed.  There are too many iPhone skus as it stands...  A 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model for AT&T and Verizon, in black or white.  I can't imagine having 12 additional skus per color!
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