Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Feb 2010 14:32 UTC
Editorial The fact that the iPhone is a locked-down device, and that you don't really own it so much as rent it from Apple is well-known by now. The supposed reason for this lock-down is to ensure the device's stability and security - in fact, this has already become conventional wisdom. However, where is the proof that supports this statement? Is there any real-world evidence that suggests this model is better?
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RE: applefanbois
by skingers6894 on Fri 12th Feb 2010 01:25 UTC in reply to "applefanbois"
skingers6894
Member since:
2005-08-10

Anyone else finds it funny how people still defend no matter what Apple for things like this?


Yes, almost as funny as AppleBanBois that go on yet another tirade about the iPhone ecosystem when they could simply just buy something else.

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RE[2]: applefanbois
by vivainio on Fri 12th Feb 2010 21:24 in reply to "RE: applefanbois"
vivainio Member since:
2008-12-26

Yes, almost as funny as AppleBanBois that go on yet another tirade about the iPhone ecosystem when they could simply just buy something else.


Spot on. You basically get the amount of freedom you deserve.

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