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I read his testimony and he didn’t ‘blast’ anything. He told a very factual state of things. iOS is a higher bar. macOS is not as good. Apple wants both to be better but macOS has farther to go.He doesn’t say macOS is bad just not as good on security as iOS. What is being proposed would take iOS backwards WRT security, with which I agree strongly based on available evidence such as the state of Android.Unbelievably sensational clickbait headline.
usmccop said:asdasd said:Doesn't say much. It can simultaneously be the best-selling iPhone model and not sell according to management's expectation
What production cuts? None of us know if there were production cuts. This stock manipulation happens every year. Maybe there were cuts or maybe not. I’d go with the latter.
Under Cook, and for the most part under Jobs, Apple has been very up front with public information and not played games (think Musk and Tesla).
eightzero said:You can always go to a different lawyer that works for less. Just like you can go to the other App store to sell apps for the Apple products they are designed for. Right?
Have to say I disagree with the comments calling the recently used area a waste. This is one of my favorite features of the updated Dock. Since I use command-space to open apps that I don't used enough to put in the Dock its nice that they then appear in the Recent area, for a while. Which is great as if I use them I'm more likely to use them again in the near term.
It would be nice the the interviewee actually said something substantive. “ They've been allowed to acquire competitors, destroy competitors, favor their own goods and services, engage in very anti-competitive conduct”. Every company in the world does that. It’s called competition and running a business, successfully. It’s only deigned to be a problem when one company has a monopolistic position in a given market. No where in this article, and presumably in the interviewee’s responses do they address why any of these companies are monopolies, and in what market. I believe a good argument can be made that Google is a monopoly in search, that FB is in social media. Beyond that I don’t see it for the tech companies. Amazon certainly isn’t in online retail as there are numerous competitors large and small. Walmart is a significantly bigger company in retail than Amazon. Apple certainly is not a monopoly in phones or apps as they remain the smaller player in both markets. They just provide such service that they get the profitable sectors of those markets. AWS might be in web services, but I doubt it given google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Rackspace, etc.