This is exactly the point. In Asia big screens have wiped out a large part of the iPhone user base because people don't have the room in their 600sqft apartments for even a laptop. They have one big screen phone and that's it.
Whether people here are mature enough or not to accept it, Apple is selling phones that are too small for Asia.
I've been saying in this forum for ages, from my vantage point in Asia, that Apple is being wiped out by the big screen Android phones. They should have reacted years ago and released a big screen phone. Seeing iPhones in the hands of people in Hong Kong is rare nowadays. Unless the iPhone 6 is big and innovative it won't do that well.
I think it was "get out of the bloody stock".
Thank goodness that TC didn't pander to the bottom feeder climate change deniers. I'm glad to see only 2.95% of people at the meeting were that thick.
Edit: he actually said "I don't consider the bloody ROI"