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The iPhone anecdote is such an important one. Probably the most important lesson I learned working at Apple was: people don't remember that a feature was missing once you implement it, but they remember broken features long after you've fixed them.



Consequently, missing features are extremely sore when missing again, such as the ability to turn off 3G on the 4S. (Useful battery saver.)




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