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    Bad take.

    People buy iPhones generally because they want an appliance that just works and is high quality - it’s a good experience; and a comparable Android device costs just about as much. This post reeks of the pseudointellectual elitism of someone who buys into free software as a religion, and not a tool.

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      Plus the app ecosystem. This author either did no market research at all or is just strawmaning the heck out of demand side to push a political agenda.

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      It’s like Coca-Cola in the world where the only alternative is Pepsi and plain water doesn’t exist.