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Of course. Apple is iconic, and serves as the guiding light for the industry. 
I thought MS didn't see iWork as a threat?   After all, isn't Office supposed to be MS' core business?
But Joe Average doesn't know or "get" why "feature parity" is significant. All they know is that it went from "it just works" to "WTF??" This "feature parity" stuff was never even announced. Not very user-centric, which is what Apple is supposed (and expected) to be. Part of the Apple Experience is that things are supposed to appear and behave in obvious, expected and efficient ways. The new iWork rollout was anything but.
  It's increasing the legitimacy of iPhone (mobile) photography. Yes, these have had post-processing, but given that they were done with Hipstamatic, that's expected, and it's part of their charm. And they look great, too.  I'm not even going to get into what VSCO (VSCO Cam) has done for iPhone photography. I've been very impressed with the product and the results (as have many others.) No big-ass lens needed. 
 Not sure about opinions here, but when the NYT publishes your photos, you probably did something right: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/10/23/magazine/mag-23Look.html?_r=0 Yeah. iPhone + Hipstamatic.  Details: http://connect.dpreview.com/post/6401294793/ His site: http://www.benlowy.com
 Thanks, Chris!
This is a joke. For $50 it might fly. For $500 . . .  go home, Sony, you're drunk.   You can take some ridiculously impressive shots with the stock iPhone Camera (and you won't even blow out your highlights), using at least the built-in HDR feature plus some quality editing apps.    Just check out, for example, what Kevin Russ is doing with just an iPhone and some apps. No big-ass lens stuck in front, either. 
  LOL'd hard at this. Priceless!!  :D 
  There are personal anecdotes. And then there's this: http://www.tuaw.com/2013/09/25/ios-7-beats-up-on-android-windows-phone-in-user-experience-comp/ Wait for the usual round of iPhone 5s (running iOS 7) consumer satisfaction reports. Guess where it'll be?  Hint:  see last year's reports, and the year before that, and before that, and before that . . . 
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