Apple to iPad ezines: All payment thru iTunes

Apple Ipad 16gb tablet
July 28, 2010 at 10:31:02
Specs: Macintosh
Is not entirely clear why Apple allows The Wall Street Journal to bill their users directly for content on their iPads but rejected Sports Illustrated iPad application last month.

The general argument would be Apple wants to retain all the user information and subscription plan on their side but it appears to be more complicated than this.

P.S.
thru: short for through. - Not in all your dictionaries :)


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July 30, 2010 at 09:56:22
I am sure Apple wants to keep their control, support, security, user experience under their control. Take a look at how Apple moved its location services in-house as of the release of iPhone OS 3.2 on the iPad last April. Addressing privacy concerns over the collection of user location data.

I can't deny Apple wants to stay in control and also take it away from Google. So I am not going to argue against this. But on the positive side Apple wants to control the user experience and it shows on user satisfaction.


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