Settings > General > About > Legal, scroll down… You've legally agreed to only use your iPhone for good, not evil. pic.twitter.com/JKs4QsWteA— Will Grant (@wgx) February 7, 2015
William Gallagher, MacNN:
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Andrés Martinez, Time:
What’s most astonishing, given those numbers, is that Apple is far less ubiquitous than you might think. It has plenty of room to grow. Indeed, it may only be getting started.
I disagree slightly: The company is not itching to grow into markets that Apple is not in today. It is patiently waiting for the world to move into Apple's vision.
Richard Kim, Medium on the App Store's user rating system:
Of course I realize how much Apple has already done to get its developer environment to where it is now. Dealing with that many people building so many dumb things, and trying to prevent cheaters from taking over the system is an insane job. That being said, I think this is one component of the developer ecosystem that has to be addressed.
4yo son said the word prototype. When I asked him what it meant, he said "People are a prototype" and I was too scared to ask what he meant.— Kiki D. (@FeralCrone) February 7, 2015
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