In the absence of legislation to force Apple to make a competitive browser, making it obvious how terrible the one they allow you to use is the ONLY answer.
They're not going to allow engine choice, so let's make them so embarrassed by theirs they have to match the other one.
If you don't like apple, don't buy it.
Take a look at fairphone 🙂
apple doesn't care about its customers or the environment. they are only interested in sales and the quick money.
@mk I develop for the web. I care because Apple's refusal to support the web in any meaningful way means I can't ship things to Apple users, which, in the US, is most users.
But those monkeys are living in some kind of stockholm relationship with their leader and they would believe "your lies" ;-)
"People are more willing to take risks to avoid a loss than to make a gain."
Status quo bias
"Status quo bias is evident when people prefer things to stay the same by doing nothing or by sticking with a decision made previously"
Sunk cost fallacy
"For example, individuals sometimes order too much food and then over-eat just to 'get their money’s worth'."
@mk I'm saying shaming Apple should be the goal, not shaming Apple users. You're correct that the users are impervious to shame.
This will make apple lose reputation against external users. internal will probably rally behind their leader.
This works long term.
If you want to change something short term, you better be another big tech company and sue your way into change.
- epic vs apple on app-store issues
- microsoft and the browser monopol issue
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