Worse than false. It's misleading, patronisng nonsense. Having tried an iPhone, thinking I could do email and Twitter on it, I've removed the Twitter app and and stopped with the email as it's not secure. I'm quite likely to scrap the iPhone altogether and go back to a cheap clamshell with a much better battery life. We see the same with cars: too many models with only a touch-screen to operate the heating controls, for example. These lack tactile feedback so I have to look at a screen to see what I'm doing as I drive along. You'd think the safety people would have forbidden that.