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 Kind of weird that we've got to the point that a week of use for a mobile device is seen as this special " longer-than-most-people-need" thing.  Lots of feature phones have no problem lasting a week or more.  Of course they're used for so much less, but this acceptance of 24 hours battery life as normal is a pretty new thing.
  Peace out weirdo.
That kind of invective isn't useful.
Are you saying my 80% figure is a lie?  Because I'm happy to source it.
Doctor's appointment booked.
That's simply not true.
I never claimed otherwise.  That wasn't the point at all.
I know someone who still uses a Windows 6 HTC smartphone.  Longevity isn't an Apple-only phenomenom.
Android smartphone share outside the US is more like 80%.  A hyperbolic exaggeration, not a lie.  Still a pretty convincing figure, though it doesn't take into account the true "smartness" of the smartphone.
The market cap will drop because the company has less cash (or more debt), which they've used for the buy back.  The share price as part of that equation will stay exactly the same.
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