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You'd be ok with being the one pulling the trigger?
All that matters is whether the shareholders think they are getting value for money. They're the ones paying Cook. If someone else can generate the same or better returns for cheaper (while stewarding the company the way that is acceptable to the shareholders) then that's the math they need to look at.
I'm glad that Apple put some focus on improving iPhone 4 performance, and I'm impressed they got that much improvement in the Messages app. But this is a great chart to show just how sluggish iPhone 4 performs on iOS 7.X to iOS 6.X.  Hopefully future 7.X iterations continue this trend.
Hopefully the performance improvements on iPhone 4 are significant.  It can't possibly get much worse without rendering the phone entirely inoperative.     Disappointed to see there is still no fix for the "Messages (Saved)" bug that takes up 3.6GB on my phone.  Deleting iMessage threads don't remove these "saved" messages for some reason.  Maybe iOS 7.2...
I can see this making sense if it addresses a market segment that otherwise will not (or cannot) purchase a 4s or greater and does not cannibalize the existing 4s and above sales.   Practically, I would think putting iOS 6 on it makes sense.  While that obviously dilutes their largely consistent iOS experience they offer across the iPhone portfolio, my iPhone 4 is so incredibly sluggish on iOS 7.  In hindsight I would've stuck with iOS 6.
I probably should've said "business details" as opposed to "business locations." For instance for finding the phone number for a local business.
Some users report that Apple Maps has greatly improved for them since launch.  Unfortunately, not for me.  Continues to be a near-useless disaster for my area in terms of business locations.  Thankful for Google Maps until Apple Maps gets fixed.
Thanks for your reply, very helpful.
TheApple case for the 5c doesn't look right...being able to partially see the writing "iPhone" on the back doesn't look very clean to me.
Hello,   I have an upcoming trip to the UK and I plan on getting a local SIM card to save on data costs.  Does anyone have any experience with how iMessage will work in that situation?  Will I still be able to send iMessages from my regular phone number despite having loaded a new SIM card with a new UK phone number?   Thanks in advance for any guidance and help.
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