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What is your point? Nokia was selling smartphones in 2002, smartphones that you could install 3rd party apps on, multitask etc.
I would like to think that Apple cares about sales, after all I believe that is how they make money.What?
I will also ask you, what does your response have to do with the claim that the original iPhone was so much better than existing smartphones available at its release? I will give you a clue, nothing...
Actually, the original iPhone wasn't a large success outside the USA, it needed a number of improvements before it was successful.
What are you talking about. Someone made a false claim, I proved them wrong, and you have issue with that?
What does your response have to do with the claim that the original iPhone was so much better than existing smartphones available at its release? I will give you a clue, nothing...
Better? The original iPhone was missing basic functionality that was standard on pre-existing smartphones, and has taken them until now to implement some of them.
Which is still smaller (and will be more expensive) than the current iPod Classic. And you must know the rule when you assume things?
Apple doesn't split their sales numbers, they will do this for a reason, because the majority of the sales will be for the cheaper models. As for cancelling the Classic, what would they replace it with? The 64GB touch is NZ$663, the Classic is nz$439, so I have to spend 50% more to get under half the storage?
You mean like the original iPhone wasn't a smartphone because it couldn't do some basic functions that other smart phones had done for years? Like video, MMS, apps and multitasking. You are welcome to live in your dream world, but that phone will browse the web, will let you install native apps, has native mail support etc etc etc, it has as much right be called a smartphone as other things being sold.
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