I don't actually. My timeline goes back to the 70'ties. The first iPhone had major flaws in it's design and it was incredibly expensive. As was the first iPad, as was the macbook Air, watch. Look at the Lisa. 10k$, market failure but extremely impressive technology.
It's the same thing again, every time they release a new product category (for them). First gen product is meant to be a springboard to iterate upon. It's not meant to be an economic powerhouse (although they would've certainly wanted the Lisa to sell better for instance).
As with all the other products i mentioned, the first gen is a proof of concept. The price doesn't matter. What happens with the next gen, and the gen after that is the only thing you need to care about.
Let them make products that people enjoy, let them innovate or not. I don't care what you think about apple shit. Let the others catch up, let them catch up. We get better products eventually.