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but Symbian is also open source
so it's neither 'law' or 'observation'; it's a 'prediction'
...big eyes, child-like faces...
which reminds me of some anime characters
Do you know what the word "monopoly" means?
yes, I know. It's 'anti-competitiveness' on steroids
Apple is not a software business, it's a hardware business (10% of their revenue is software and that includes all their high-end software packages and OS).
Then they should choose between software business or hardware business. Choosing both means monopoly (or should I say anti-competitive in this case?). We could say the same thing to M$ too if they build specific hardware for their Windows.