Centralized control is useful at the beginning of an economy, but limits innovation in the long run. That is as true for China as it is for the App Store.
China’s new video game restrictions point to broader China-related trends, while South Korea strikes the first blow against the App Stores.
More from Apple about why they chose the approach to scanning for CSAM that they did; then, why NFTs reliance on standard formats makes them more valuable, not less.
While it’s possible to understand Apple’s motivations behind its decision to enable on-device scanning, the company had a better way to satisfy its societal obligations while preserving user privacy.
More on why Facebook is well placed for the Metaverse opportunity, and an interview with Matthew Ball about the Metaverse.
Google is facing another antitrust lawsuit, this time over the App Store; it’s a more compelling case than Apple v. Epic.
WWDC highlighted how Apple’s differentiation is based on integration; the company ought not risk that differentiation for exploitive App Store policies.
There are all kinds of arguments to make about the App Store, and nearly all of them are good ones; that’s why the best solution can only come from Apple.
Why I expect Apple to win Apple v. Epic, even as they get themselves in more political hot water.
Why I’m not worried about Spotify, plus Apple’s earnings, including why the M1 might be helping margins.