Better get yourself a Stallman open-everything phone then, if it exists yet.
If the apps don't abide by the constitution of the country then there's an argument that they aren't legitimately purchased in the first place.
Money can also be carried in paper form and on small plastic cards. If Apple want retailers to invest in an alternative payment infrastructure, especially one isolated from other mobile OS methods, then they'll need to prove one hell of a value add, not least including a willingness from consumers to use it.
That... doesn't even make any sense. Figures. Get over it man, I know you think we're "enemies" or something, but I really don't give a crap about you, your little squabbles, your man-crush on TS, or your pretend Christianity. Stop dragging this shit over the whole forum, I don't like being stalked.
Holy Moses, the irony! You just exploded some scientist's instruments with that screamer. You'd better post a dozen times in a row with snippy little nonsenses, awful punnages, and TS reach arounds to balance the scales back.
I imagine it's the constant part of the reassurance that's in question. Many people thrive on encouragement at the right times, they don't need it at all (or nearly all, there's obviously some hyperbole at play here) times.