Ouch. Score one for Apple.
"Apple has raised the bar in terms of what users expect," Bronfman said.
While that may be the case, Apple has yet to, you know, actually release a working mobile phone, much less a fully useable version of iTunes that works over the air on a carrier network.
The wireless industry here in Barcelona has had mixed reactions to the iPhone. On one hand, many execs are clearly scared Apple will steal the mobile content market. On the other hand, some insiders remain confident that Apple's first iPhones will be far from flawless, due to the company's inexperience with making cell phones.
You can bet this debate will carry over to CTIA next month in Orlando.