"You don't want your phone to be an open platform..." and with that brief statement, Apple justified the closed iPhone and then quickly followed it with the monitored and controlled app store. But Steve, the iPad isn't a phone at all so why not open it up again? If people are concerned about the safety of their apps or need you to protect them from porn, you can do an "app store approved" program or something can't you? And really, do we even need an app store to tell us which apps are good in an era of ubiquitous user feedback and preferential attachment?
Concordo quest’articolo ed aggiungo,
L Ipad è una doppia sola, perché comprare 16 Mt. di scaffale? Nei negozi non paghi l’ingresso.