Subject: Re: Apple cuts $50 off price for replacment phone batteries,sheepishly offers apology
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From: PeterN <"peter,newdelete">
Subject: Re: Apple cuts $50 off price for replacment phone batteries,
sheepishly offers apology
Date: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 14:33:10 -0500
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On 1/1/2018 2:15 PM, nospam wrote:
> In article<>, PeterN
> <"peter,newdelete"> wrote:
>>> most people get a new phone in 2 years, so the battery will outlast the
>>> useful life of the phone.
>> Cite please.
> <
> hart-2017-3>
>    According to a recent report from the analyst firm Kantar Worldpanel,
>    American users held onto their smartphones for an average of 22.7
>    months before upgrading in 2016, up by nearly two months from 2014.
>    The difference is just as big in many major European markets.
> and a nice pretty graph:
> <

Average is not equal to most. The only reason I got a new phone is that 
I wanted a larger screen, and am just starting to learn some of the 
photo apps..