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There are literally hundreds of millions of Apple users out there worldwide. I've never encountered any one of them who asked what brand to buy when considering an upgrade to a computer, tablet, smart phone, or smart watch. They only ever ask which Apple model to purchase. Apple's brand loyalty is the envy of all their competitors. We've seen negative articles like the one from this WSJ clown over the years. These naysayers almost always have a Windows PC on their desk, an Android phone in their pocket, and an advanced case of product envy.
ITGUYINSD said:hammeroftruth said:qwerty52 said:This new fact confirms what there is behind Epic’s shouting and crying about Apple’s monopoly and about absence of freedom in AppStore.Money, money and ones again money!Those poor bastards.
To be fair, Epic should charge $1.99 for the app, and Apple gets 30% of that. Then, all the IAP's are through Epic payment systems since Apple has nothing to do with that.
elijahg said:I still don't see the point in 5G. Seems very much like a marketing fad to push phone upgrades. 4G speeds are plenty fast enough for a phone, no one needs gigabit speeds to a phone.
Technology has improved our lives in so many ways. Where would we be without smart phones, personal computers, iPads, the Internet, WiFi, Cellular technologies, etc. etc. etc.
On the other hand, ridding our country of these so-called advocacy groups would be plus.
Our government should partner with our big tech companies to promote American business, increase employment opportunities, etc.
Other countries seem to understand that aiding and abetting their own companies is in their best interests. Our Democrats appear not to get it.