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Should Apple be more open? cdixon.org – Chris Dixon’s blog

Interesting read about being open and the effect that may have on Apple re the iPad

Should Apple be more open?

January 28th, 2010 | economics, strategy, tech companies

It is almost religious orthodoxy in the tech community that “open” is better than “closed.” For example, there have widespread complaints about Apple’s “closed” iPhone app approval process. People also argue Apple is making the same strategic mistake all over again versus Android that it made versus Windows*. The belief is that Android will eventually beat the iPhone OS with an “open” strategy (hardware-agnostic, no app approval process) just as Windows beat Apple’s OS in the 90’s

Should Apple be more open? cdixon.org – Chris Dixon’s blog

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