How do they care?
What you see to your left is an example of the aging UI. Compared to the modern interfaces of operating systems like iOS and Android, it just looks unintuitive and non-user friendly. Most everyone knows this, and so does Nokia. And they wanted people to know that they know. So Marc Driesson, a product manager for Nokia, recently discussed the updates.
It came as a shock to a lot of people, including me. I don't see how pouring additional R&D money into Symbian makes any sense, especially since the majority of Nokia's Symbian developers up and left after the announcement that Windows Phone 7 would be Nokia's operating system of choice.[Engadget]