The mountains of vacuous garbage you are vomiting all over the comments here aren't really worth anyone's time to reply to, but I will address your self-contradiction about market competition being critically important and, at the same time, that earning profits are essentially bad.
Perhaps you worked in such a high ivory tower of conceptual research that you were never exposed to market realities, but profits are the reason why companies compete. That's pretty basic stuff.
Android fans keep repeating this idea that Apple is cheating everyone by charging money for devices made by slave labor, based on technology it just bought off the shelf. If that were actually the case, it would make Samsung, Google's Motorola, Amazon and everyone else look even all the more incompetent for not being able to do the "simple," valueless work you accuse Apple of unfairly profiting from, when they are all clearly trying to do just that.
Are you telling us with a straight face that anyone else puts more effort into building products, particularly within Android?
Google just paid Asus to build another Nexus 7. Asus exercises less concern than Apple's contractors in the matters of worker rights, environment, etc.
Samsung does build its own chips. So why can't it sell finished products anyone wants outside of smartphones, which are "sold" essentially for free in most markets. Why can't anyone "sell" such a product at a profit?
Apple's profits aren't coming from high prices or low quality components. It's coming from exceptional operational competency (including inventory management) and vast economies of scale, which are only possible if there is demand to fill. There's only demand (going on 6 years for iOS products) if those products are competitive.
Really, everything you write is such embarrassing drivel. It's not a matter of a difference of opinion or viewpoint or what features you value. Those are all valid things to express a differing opinion about, and plenty of people feel better served by a different shape or software or whatever. Good for them.
Your "arguments," however, are purely inane rambling about how the leading technology company in the world is evil in every way. Contradictory, unilateral metrics you only apply to Apple and then excuse for everyone else. They are just stupid. You're free to post stupid things in limited quantities, but don't attempt overwhelm and suffocate the discussion by hyper posting pages of your garbage anymore. That's simply inappropriate and unacceptable.