Nokia bottom feeding...
"I don't know why most everyone thinks that only the largest seller of something is the one that can do no wrong." @ elder norm
Yes, I see this kind of crap thinking all the time. If a company moves lot of product and makes lots of money, then they must be the best at what they do. Bulls**t! Just look at Microsoft. Do they make the best products or did their monopolists and and unethical business practices keep them at the top? The later is closer to the truth.
It also makes no sense to compare Nokia to Apple, when Apple is only competing in one small segment of the market, "smart-phones", not "all phones". In this light Nokia has a lot to fear from Apple since those high margins don't come from cheap throw-away phones that make up the bulk of that 100 million, rather the margins come from premium gear like the iPhone.
Apple can do a lot of damage to Nokia and other cell phone makers bottom line, if they can walk away with a lion's share of the of the high margin market in "smart-phones".
Who cares if Nokia goes bottom feeding in the razor thin throw-away commodity phone market, just like Dell and HP do on the PC side with their sub-$500 PCs.