One of the biggest gripes from iTunes users is the lack of a streaming service that many have been wanting for years, but with the announcement of Apple’s new subscription policy, that prospect is pretty much dead in the water.
Apple is just too hungry for money. It will be their biggest downfall one day. What happened to the Apple that was industry leading? MS and other manufacturers are fast catching up.
For sure, its Mac vs PC all over again, but this time instead of the PC markets its in mobile.
Androids imo are becoming the new Macs. With them becoming such a powerful and demanding marketing, they are basically starting to call shots now. Luckily many developers do their work for dirt cheap or even free. Yay android.
At this point Apple will hold the #2 position under Android, its just growing way to fast for Apple to stop them.
Well it's clear. Apple only has one line of phones while Android comes on many brands ... HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG and so on Also, Androids work on any provider while Apple works on ATT and Verizon alone (considering the US market alone)... it's clear who will win eventually.
Apple can and will make exceptions. It was reported today that Netflix is exempt from paying 30% of in app subscriptions to Apple.
Let's see where they are in 5 years... its like the 80s all over again.
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