Teargas in the walled garden: iOS is a threat to democracy

Apple's iOS App Store has been a tremendous success, generating over $100 billion in revenue since its inception. This is thanks in part to Apple's walled garden approach, which requires that all iOS software must be purchased through Apple's App Store. This approach has kept iOS relatively free of the malware that has plagued Android phones. Apple's screening of apps has resulted in a higher quality collection of software. It's a beautiful walled garden, in exchange for which, we give up control over what software we
can run.

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iCanWait: An alternative to the Mac Pro

Do you need to render complex 3d models, or edit 8K video, but can’t afford a new Mac Pro?

Introducing the iCanWait.

 

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