To Lee's (and gnasher729's) point(s), until the release of the iPhone 6, 4" and smaller devices outsold the large-screen form factors. The vast majority of Android devices that make up all that platform's market share are inexpensive, usually-small, entry-level products. As is so often the case, it will require Apple's entrance to a market segment to make it the most popular segment.
Just show them the iPhone. I don't see how they can argue with that.
Wait a second… Did Apple add it to my library automatically? Let me check… Nope, the store says I purchased it, my library is free of U2.+1
That's a marvelous observation, Andrew. I'd not considered that angle—it's such a good question.
Key missing word of "not." This is not the first time they've worked together. Thanks for catching that. The article was corrected.
Jamie, I don't think "Smart Homes" are aimed at younger customers. We're talking home owners here, and home owners with disposable income. Just food for thought.
Thanks for catching that, mrmwebmax!
I stand corrected, geoduck.
That's correct, Lee. I made a couple of minor edits to make that more clear.