But, according to Enderle, design isn’t the iPhone’s only problem. He says that he believes the company could be opening itself up to class actions.
“很多孩子们会得到这个电话Kids do a lot of [‘blind’] texting on their phones” without looking at the screen, sometimes while they’re driving, Enderle said“With a touch screen phone, you have to look at the screen.”
Enderle believes it’s possible that teenagers could get into accidents while using the phone and, rightly or wrongly, many parents could end up blaming the manufacturer.
“One of these children is going to end up in someone’s trunk,” he said“经常是供应商负责。”