IPhone’s gain has been Motorola Razr’s loss. The first high end device to be launched three years back has failed to keep up pace with fast changing technology in the smartphone sector. According to a survey conducted by J.D. Power and Associate, 1.3 million Motorola Razer users have shifted their allegiance to Apple’s iPhone. Despite of holding 25% of the US smartphone market, Motorola is fast losing its sheen. As its competitors are arriving with new feature packed models this summer there is no news from Motorola about any exciting product. Last year, when 5-megapixel camera and touchscreen phones were a rave, no one knew what Motorola was hoping to do. It has also been unusually slow in incorporating GPS, Wi-Fi and HSDPA to its devices. The low pricing policy of iPhone, especially the new iPhone 2.0 is also having a negative impact on Motorola. If Motorola is still unaware of the impending danger then it will not be long when it will be driven off its cell phone business.