Not just a bug-free product, but something alive

The iPhone’s appeal was not the result of piling on features early in our project development schedule and then bug-squashing to make it problem-free. This routine process may aid in the creation of a good product, but it is not the key to creating a great one. Steve Jobs aimed to create a product that felt alive and close to the heart.

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