Not all the news is great for the iPhone, however – there were numerous reports of short battery life, lack of features compared to Android handsets, and little customizability. All things considered, however, this looks like a bit fat win for Apple, the iPhone, and the iOS platform.
As I’ve always preached to disbelieving company executives and project managers, “Quality pays.” Think of all the warranty costs Apple saves by selling a high quality product. Sure you can find cheaper phones and computers. But remember, the cheap can turn out to be expensive. As for me and my household, we’re sticking with Apple, even if they are hard to fix, that doesn’t matter if they rarely need fixing. And how was your day?