Source: The Korea Times
quote: Finally I repeat my simple proposition and ask some one to try to refute it. In the new mobile device world having the largest unit sales does not mean that a platform can deliver more profits for device makers or developers, more peripherals, more or better software, or more content. In which case what is the advantage of a platform selling more units?
quote: This would mean more if Android was actually a superior platform, but sadly it isn't.
quote: I have addressed your question and refuted your viewpoint.
quote: No you haven't.
quote: Android handsets do not offer greater value at a lower price than equivalent iPhones.
quote: Android does not allow OEM's to achieve economies of supply and get components cheaper than Apple, quite the opposite actually.
quote: Demand for Apple's products us still very, very high and is rising not falling.
quote: Apple continues to double iPhone sales each year.
quote: Apple's continues to take 75% of the total global phone industry profits.
quote: All surveys of end users show that Apple customers are happier across the board with their products compared to Android customers.
quote: I feel I am debating with an Apple marketing robot.
quote: Yet another novel from the Apple iTool, never fails...Seriously, how much does Apple pay you?
quote: The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than average. This bias is attributed to a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their mistakes.