Re: WinPho not doing better than before?
I thought Windows Phone was actually picking up market share?
Where? If it is, it's not enough to matter. The costs of standing still are high, especially in the consumer market.
There's certainly a demand for phones with a high-degree of integration in the Windows world. But that doesn't mean the phone has to run Windows. At some point Microsoft will have enough installs of Office for Android and IOS to be able to forecast how much money it can make from subscriptions. My guess is that this will be somewhat more than they're currently making from Windows phone.