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Until a competitor can design a better phone than Apple, the "iPhone Killers" simply won't.
Although Apple has successfully launched the iPhone in more than 70 countries, China isn't one of them.
Sure, they get a little faster and a little cheaper, but nothing like the performance and price gains the pundits and vendors promise.
The lowly cell phone could be seen as a source of enrichment instead of being banned as a disruption.
Like lambs to slaughter, the cell phone using community (i.e. everybody) has no idea what's coming.