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This is one of the biggest mistakes Apple made in positioning iPad.  iPads have much bigger screen than iPhones.  They are more suitable for productivity.  With productivity one generally needs more memory.  Apple is steering many productivity users away from iPads. 
And 5) It comes with several free productivity apps from Apple.
One more thing.  Used iPhones are still being bought with high premium.  I think most of them are being bought to be shipped to overseas where the user do not have to pay high prices of data plans. 
As an example most US carriers charge $30/month for a 3GB data plan.  But a lot of users use only several hundred MBs per month.  They are overpaying.  If there is a pay as you use data plan, they could simply pay the full price of iPhone first and save a lot money.
Smartphones are supposed to be used with data plans.  This is mostly true with US carriers.  But I suspect this is not true in a lot of countries.  AI readers from other nations please confirm this.  I suspect most of the cheap Android phone buyers are either without a data plan or with a pay as you use data plan.  So a meaningful comparison is between iPhone and other 'smartphone' with data plans.
It is completely wrong to say Apple loses to competition.  Can you say Toyota is BMW competition?
Gmail will be the next best candidate for Apple to take away.
With 'normal' use, the battery level is around 40-50% after work.  There are a couple situations when I travel and need the iPhone for navigation, the battery dropped to 20%. 
If you 'USE' smartphone, you need to recharge it every night or two.
The battery talk time is important for people who uses 'smartphone' only as a feature phone. 
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