No worries boss. We have plenty of ideas for the newer phones that will come latter.
Standard operating procedure when there’s little or no competition.
It’s become a camera with a phone app.
We’ll take them out in the next version and sell that as an improvement, like we did with removable batteries and headphone jacks.
I don’t care what they put in, my 2013 Google Nexus phone still does everything I need it to do. Unlocked and under $300. The savings are partly why I have the cash in the bank to buy a new car this year.
Ain’t THAT the truth!
My inexpensive Tracfone does everything I want it to do for way under $200 in a year.
High-end phones have so many features already most people won’t live long enough to use them all. :) :(
When getting a new phone, the quality of the camera is what I look for. I might average one phone call a day, the rest are texts and messages… and I take many more photos than I make phone calls.
I have an Iphone and I don’t know 80% of what my phone’s capabilities are.
“But if we don’t put them in now, how can we make them obsolete!?”
To the boss: dislike, you fartsack.
Or, you could just send out the latest IOS update and remove them remotely…
Wulff & Morgenthaler