Turner makes a bold claim regarding WP7 phones, considering somebody else is designing, engineering, parts-sourcing and assembling the devices. (Hand positioning impacts on reception are documented for other phones. It's a little thing I like to call physics.)
Wasn't he the same guy who was cartwheeling in joy because Apple legal called him about a laptop finders' ad. And after the cartwheels, he took the call, made the change they were requesting, and then presided over Microsoft's worst quarter? While Apple's quarter was pretty good?
Oh yes. The problem with Vista was that no one wanted to buy it, not that it didn't work. (Though because of third-party drivers it was fairly rough for XP upgraders in that first year.) The iPhone 4 seems to be selling well, or at least, even after the publicity storm, as fast as they can get them into the Apple Store.