Yeah, but it's like $500,000,000 per share right now!
Anyways, I can't imagine $330. That would require a drop of nearly $50. I also don't see $400 soon, either.
I do think that $400 is definitely do-able this year, though.
OK, first off: What I know about this stuff could leave a thimble 2/3 empty, at best.
Secondly, it seems to me that everyone is doing this to everyone else these days. It's not like one company is horrible, and everyone else are angels. Every day I come here, and there's some new patent case.
Obviously, this is the way, partially, that people are doing business.
At least it seems to me.
I watched a show (on A&E maybe?) years ago about the Queen, and they showed her Coronation at length, and what struck me was just how young she looked. I wonder what was going through her head.
And Canada is a beautiful country. I've only been to Ontario and Quebec, but I plan on a trip to the West next year.
I won't speak for anyone else, but I would answer that "Yes, it is incorrect to say that iPhone (a phone) is outselling Android (a platform)."
As to your first point, I have to disagree. If iOS and the iPhone were one and the same, then why do I have the very same iOS on my iPad (not a phone) and my friend has the very same iOS on his iPod Touch (also not a phone)?
Also, people have bought the iPhone because they liked the way it looked (hardware). The Retina Display on...
Yeah, when put that way, it really shows. And I say this as an owner of a 3GS. I just decided to skip the 4 at the time, and wait for the 5. I have somewhat mixed feelings about that decision now, but no real regret.
But yeah, $6.25/month isn't much of a premium. Especially for that display. God, that's beautiful.