I feel one should try to look at the big picture. I have never contradicted myself on the free music download point and if you find important points like price, inflexible memory, lack of data sharing capability on the move via bluetooth with variety of devices, etc. as irrelevant, then, I can not challenge you. For Indian customers, price, sharing ability and flexibility are two most important factors in any product apart from it's quality (and it's not like Android offers bad quality, just to clear myself). And if iOS fails to meet 3 of the 4 most important criteria that normal Indian customers (I am not talking about rich class here who are in a minority in India) look out for in a smartphone or tablet, then, it is indeed a failure.
You are unable to think from the point of view of a normal customer. It is one thing to pay for quality features and another thing to pay for unnecessary features. People who want luxury can afford an iOS. While I write this, I have a friend sitting next to me who has two phones for usage. One is a basic Android smartphone for flexible use (ability to share ringtones, songs, photos and videos with anyone on the move) and another is an iPhone 5 for careful usage or luxury. The very fact that she is unable to trust iPhone 5 for flexible usage proves my point. Not all of us have enough time at hand to download all photos, videos and songs from specific softwares only. Many of us have less time and hence prefer OS that supports sharing via bluetooth on the move with any Android user.
I have raised enough points and most of them are still open and I can see you trying your best to avoid all of them. For example, you have not once tried to give an explanation for glaring issues like limited memory, rich target audience, small target audience, lack of data sharing capability with non-Apple products, etc. I guess I won't be able to add any further open points till any one at techulator is able to provide good explanations to so many glaring and basic iOS issues I have raised above. It is one thing to provide unnecessary features and keep boasting about them and another thing to address basic issues I have raised above. All things in life have pros and cons. It is all about having the basic requirements fulfilled and covered, and then going for additional features. Despite releasing so many upgrades for iOS and so many iPhone versions, these basic features still remain unfulfilled. No matter how many small features they provide, till they are unable to provide basic features like flexible memory, better pricing, bluetooth sharing capability on the move with variety of devices, etc., iOS providers will fail to create an impression. If they are unable to innovate and provide these basic features for such a long time, then, we have every reason to feel they are very ordinary and nowhere near the best. I hope to get some relevant answers this time round.
Thanks & Best Regards,