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How ironic you have switched to my original view which is iPads did not grow as the iPhone yoy because of the price.  My proposition is if Apple does not want to lower the price of iPad then it can exploit the advantages of iPad over the competitors. 
Before iPhone the carriers subsidized but the feature phone price was already well below $300.  You are clueless yourself.  The general public does care everything.  This is why Android market share is approaching 80%.  Who is the general public?  The 80% or the 20%? 
Of course I am talking about $$$.  The $499 price for iPad Air and $399 for rIpad mini is already hampering many potential buyers.  Your think iPhone 5S can grow 17% is purely because of it's quality?  I think its because of it is highly subsidized by the carriers.  You think iPhone 5S buyers have $$$?  Don't forget 5S can be had for $199 and sometimes is much beclow $199.  Compare this price with a $599 32 GB iPad Air.   We have to thank the carriers that Jobs convinced...
I will give a C for Apple iPad marketing team. I have said here many months ago that Apple needs to make the base model 32 GB for $499. Apple marketing team is still trapped in the same target as in 2010. That is the person uses iPad to view email, surf internet, watch video, store photos, etc. Apple marketing team seem stupid not knowing that with more memory then users can store all their music library, photos on an iPad. Further, with more memory iPad can be more...
How does it help retrieving if the phone was moved to different place?
She is an Yale professor?  Does she know the smartphone history?  There are smartphones before 2007 iPhone.  To start a phone you press a button.  Jobs and teams designed iPhone so it operates with full screen multi-touch methods.  In order to begin use the phone user has to swipe to unlock it.  So this method is a standard for multi-touch full screen smartphone.  Apple patented this.  Since this standard no reviewer or user ever cared to mentioned it.  Her argument is...
Apple implemented this feature in Find my iPhones years ago.  I believe Apple has a patent in  it.  I think the truth is Android fans want it.  The CTIA uses this tactic so Apple can allow Android users to use without paying Apple.  Apple made numerous innovations in iPhone.  The cheap Android users want these innovations.  What I hate is they they don't give Apple proper credit.  
The payment amount is less important to Apple.  Apple can achieve a big victory by demanding Samsung from removing these things. 
She is right.  The most important thing is whether Samsung stole/infringe Apple patents.  How many patents are stolen/infringed is important in determining the damages/penalties. 
HTC One M8 was released on March 25.  How does it take second place at Verizon?  So the numbers are shipped not actual sales?  Further, it easily trumped Samsung in March.  Does it mean Verizon did not order too much Samsung S4 and did not order any S5?
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