"Cell phones do all kinds of stuff—calling, text messaging, Web browsing, contact management, music playback, photos and video—but they do it very badly, by forcing you to press lots of tiny buttons, navigate diverse heterogeneous interfaces and squint at a tiny screen. 'Everybody hates their phone,' Jobs says, 'and that's not a good thing. And there's an opportunity there.' To Jobs's perfectionist eyes, phones are broken. Jobs likes things that are broken. It means he can make something that isn't and sell it to you for a premium price."Sonds like a phone my mom could love.
Apple iPhone - Official page.