Editorial: The new Services – How will Apple Arcade’s exclusivity, privacy affect Android & Google Play?

Apple has built a very strong position in mobile gaming in its iOS App Store. With Apple Arcade, it is working to create a new pipeline of fun, original, attractive, exclusive games, without ads and where privacy is protected. How will this impact Android and Google Play? Bridging Apple’s platforms, leaping others As the previous article in this series outlined, […]

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Editorial: The new Services – Can Apple Arcade fuel iPhone growth in a slowing smartphone market?

Apple Arcade and related Services are intended to fuel sales of new hardware by attracting new customers and prompting upgrades. But is it realistic to expect that Apple can drive sales growth for iPhone as overall smartphone growth stalls or even contracts globally? Pundits like to say that iPhone “is over” and that Apple has to run out and discover […]

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Editorial: Arguing over iPhone ‘Right to Repair’ is good, but a solid middle-ground is needed

The debate over whether or not to have the so-called “Right to Repair” guaranteed has both sides offering some compelling arguments for and against the introduction of support-related laws, but for the moment, the consumer loses out while the dispute rages on. What is the right to repair? Put simply, the “Right to Repair” is an argument that consumers should […]

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