Cutting your customers on sharp edges is clearly the only viable strategy.
Apple has long listened to customers. If only when it suited them.
Isn't it weird how that happens every couple of years?
It can't be very successful if not literally everyone is wearing one.
If we can't see it, they must not be working in it.
Every new Apple device comes pre-failed.
Defining a market isn't the same as controlling it.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Law enforcement officials in New York were for iPhone security before they were against it.
The San Bernardino iPhone may contain mythical creatures.
For want of an unlocked iPhone.
If you don't like the facts, just don't use them in your argument.
Are people suddenly hating iPhones? No.
Apple's concern for security is not making it seem less secure.
Apple has to be doing something wrong because that's all Apple could possibly do.