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Kruz
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10/31/2014 | 4:24:06 AM
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Why was the transition to iOS necessary? And what was there before?
pcharles09
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10/30/2014 | 11:05:02 PM
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@Kruz,

I can personally tell you that the transition to iOS has been an enormous headache. Not even for myself, but clients, which contributes to the future grey hairs I'll sprout.

I can see how that'd affect their perception in the marketplace.
Kruz
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10/29/2014 | 12:22:05 AM
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Apple lost this in market capitalisation with shares closing down due the the different issues iphone 6 and ios 8 faced.
pcharles09
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10/28/2014 | 8:23:38 PM
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@Kruz,

WOW. Is there a breakdown anywhere that deails where each dollar went?

I'd like to see that!
Susan Fourtané
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10/10/2014 | 7:58:34 AM
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Kruz, 

Okay. I still believe most of those cases were intentionally pushed.

-Susan
Kruz
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10/10/2014 | 7:55:43 AM
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Susan. The case is there, and Apple admitted there is a weak point in the aluminium structure.
Susan Fourtané
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10/10/2014 | 7:45:14 AM
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Kruz, 

How do you know it actually happened? Did you see it? Or, did someone you know and trust told you that it happened to his phone? That's the only way I would believe these stories.

You say it happened placed in pockets. Whose pockets? How do you have to purpously place a phone to make it bend? Did they bend by themselves? How? In a pocket that is supposed to be over your leg? Did you try to see how could a phone bend in your pocket without you making it happen? 

-Susan
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10/10/2014 | 7:29:51 AM
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@susan, bending actually happened with iPhone placed in pockets. Its a real case though only seen on few devices. Now it is certain that this was great news to competitors who took full advantage of the story.
Susan Fourtané
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10/10/2014 | 7:15:54 AM
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Kruz, 

I can't tell here what I do think of those people who went to Apple stores with the exclusive intention of bending an iPhone 6 Plus, like those kids that should be not only charged for the damage they caused to devices they didn't buy, but they would be put in jail for some time to think about their stupid actions. 

I saw those videos and the only clear thing is that if you want to break a device you can break it. No one in his right mind would spend 10 minutes pushing his phone to see if it bends to them blame the manufacturer. 

Why do all this issue sounds to me like a malicious campaign against Apple? 

-Susan
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10/2/2014 | 1:27:05 AM
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This along with the iOS issues costed the company around 23 billion $.
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