Apple makes their developers more than 2x the revenue of the Google Play store — with less than half the user base. Amazon’s most profitable customers are on iPhones. Google’s most profitable customers are on iPhones. Carriers most profitable customers are on iPhones. Even Microsoft is learning their most profitable customers are on iPhones. I […]
There has been a tendency to mock people that want to buy products simply because a certain company makes them. Some will say this type of buyer is being guided by marketing, or is just a follower, but in reality it comes down to trust. Many people trust Apple. It is this very important connection with users that will […]
(…)On 20 October 2014, the Washington Post reported that Spotlight Suggestions was a major privacy concern, leaking your information to Apple and potentially other sources. Unfortunately, the article contained multiple factual errors, many of which could have been avoided had the authors read Apple’s iOS 8 security documentation and Apple’s privacy page, which includes a […]
★ Only Apple. Must read. Stay Tuned, Mr.Frost
Il trucco sta nella prospettiva, bisogna saper vedere lontano, solo i visionari spiccano e capiscono appieno se una tecnologia saprà essere utile. Vero, in linea di massima. A volte, però, per vedere l’utilità di una tecnologia, bisogna avvicinarsi un po‘. Da un po’ di tempo sto pensando a quale potrebbe essere un utilizzo concreto di […]
John Gruber, a proposito degli “effetti collaterali” della nuova politica del “software gratis” adottata da Apple: Apple is reinforcing the perception that incredibly deep apps, apps that in some cases have been three or four years in the making, “should be” free. Why does your app cost even $1 if the cost of an entire […]
…almeno uno che ha capito tutto.
Come al solito, Filippo, chapeau.