What have you learnt from the iPhone?

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    Saw this clip doing the rounds on twitter earlier.
    Absolutely incredible.
     
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    This guy must have been a politician in his former life...:rolleyes:
     
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    Just saw the keynote, so there is a Z-10 touchscreen and a Q-10 physical kbd BB. THEY ARE STICKING to the physical kbd!

    I have nothing against physical kbd EXCEPT they take room, makes screen smaller, other than that...
     
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    Don't be niggardly when choosing which aluminum to use for the body.
     
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    His lack of confidence in the product is pretty apparent. If you can't answer a simple question because it scares you to mention the competitor's products, it just makes you look like an idiot.
     
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    oh, even I can come up with something off the cuff that would still be diplomatic.

    How about "don't stop innovating?"
    to some, that would mean the artists formerly known as RIM learned a humble lesson about continuing to improve their products.

    To others, it would be a dig at Apple and a nod to those with cell phone ADHD who insist Apple's products are stale and they'll be out of business in a few months if Tim Cook isn't fired.

    Everyone is happy.

    also: shame on the BBC for not having mobile-friendly content.
     
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    "What have you learned from the iPhone"? I think it's an insulting question for the former kings of the hill. I'm sure they hate with a passion the company that nearly ran them out of business. Wouldn't surprise me if 'Apple' was a forbidden work over at RIM/Blackberry.
     
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    He could at least acknowledge the question even if he doesn't give a forthright answer.

    It's more insulting to the interviewer that he was COMPLETELY ignored.
     

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