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Re: Why iPhone Hacks Won't Upset the Apple Cart
Posted by: John Martellaro 2007-09-17 18:19:03
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Apple probably isn't worried too much about all the people working to unlock the iPhone. It has the technical upper hand, and the vast majority of consumers aren't interested in putting their iPhone at risk. It's all about planning. There are plenty of upgrades and new services to be offered by the iPhone over the next two years. Customers will, by and large, want those free services. That means when cool new services are offered and the iTunes Update alert flashes alluringly, 99.9 percent of users will go for the update.

Re: Why iPhone Hacks Won't Upset the Apple Cart
Posted by: emiratesmac 2007-09-17 18:32:44 In reply to: John Martellaro
It's a good article, but it seems like it's forgetting about people outside the US. Here in the Middle East there are plenty of people who want iPhone and they want it fully working. But before Apple brings it here officially they can't do much but unlock it. For them it's an entirely different situation.
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