See here. It’s the usual stuff. Everything we do should be open and free and we shouldn’t impose any control over our own products. Of course, we’re expected to support them, right? Even when people load them up with all sorts of frigtarded stuff that makes them not work right? Sorry, pals. That’s Microsoft’s business model, not mine.
Says Wil-with-one-L: “But Apple has to always remember that simply making money CANNOT be its point of existence. The point of any company should be to make customers want to give it money, NOT to get money from customers. It’s a subtle distinction that is the difference between good and evil.”
Tell that to our board of directors and our big institutional shareholders. I’m sorry but they seem to like the “simply making money” business model.