26 responses

  1. Steve Jobs
    December 8, 2010

    I don’t give a damn.

  2. Jessica07
    December 8, 2010

    Such perfect timing! My husband just bought an iPad for me last night, and I was rather annoyed to find I couldn’t even access my own website. Well, I have two, actually, (one standard, one Flash) for this very reason. In order to view the Flash website, I would have to purchase a $24.00 app that would allow me to view Flash. So, I think it’s safe to say that most people with an iPad won’t be visiting my main site. :(

  3. Lindy Mint
    December 8, 2010

    I have a friend who recently created an app for his book, and went through the same thing. But I don’t blame them, if it makes my phone crash less, I’m happy.

  4. Money Reasons
    December 8, 2010

    Very funny, and scary at the same time!

    Don’t tell anyone, but I’m a techie that doesn’t have an Apple iphone yet (let alone an Ipad).

  5. Robert @ The College Investor
    December 8, 2010

    I don’t know…sounds a lot like the direction Google is going!

  6. Appplication development
    December 14, 2010

    If Apple was a search engine it would definetly have that policy ))) May be that’s why they don’t get down to this business. Otherwise they wouldn’t have any usrs =)) However, I don’t understand how people can use iPhone on that conditions either.

  7. Invest It Wisely
    December 14, 2010

    Haha. Well, good thing they don’t have 100% market share. ;)

  8. First Gen American
    December 18, 2010

    Hysterical and so true. There is a reason we have no apples in our house and I don’t use I-tunes. I really don’t like how difficult they make it to transfer music files to a new computer and back things up. I’m glad they are leading the market in innovation and they have such a big fan base to support their R+D budget, but their insistence on exclusivity one sole sourcing to only their stuff is beyond annoying.

  9. moneycone
    December 18, 2010

    @FGA: I’m an Apple fan (PC users, please don’t leave!!), but iTunes is one app I could never get to like!

    @MR: I don’t have an iPhone either (and I call myself a fanboy!) – get yourself a iPod touch instead!

    @LadyMint: Apple – users love them, developers hate them.

    @Jessica: Apple will never allow flash to run on iPad. Adobe/Apple honeymoon’s long over! Apple has a history of doing this to their partners. Just ask Motorola!

    @Steve Jobs: Thanks for stopping by!

  10. Texas Driving Record
    December 29, 2010

    If Apple would have been the search engine then.. all would have been Like ….

    I still love Apple for Iphones and other tech gadgets..but i think Lets Google be the Search Engine.. plzzz

  11. Buck
    December 29, 2010

    Great points, let’s hope Steven P. Jobs doesn’t raid your house like that poor guy from Gizmodo. :)

  12. MoneyCone
    December 29, 2010

    @Buck: you never know! :)

  13. Richard, Web Designer
    March 10, 2011

    I’m sure their adwords equivalent would be twice as expensive as Google’s too!

    I’m always surprised by how popular Apple remain. So many people seem so willing to throw their money away on their products which are rarely any better than similar non-branded ones that cost so much less.

    It can’t just be about fashion, surely?

  14. Financial Success For Young Adults
    May 22, 2011

    HAHAHAHAHA! I especially like the one about waiting 45 days for approval.

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