Re: Apple are Nazis thinking - REJECTED
>"they just mostly get things right, where most others fail."
I understand, I just don't agree.>
This is not a matter of opinion. It is a matter of fact. You fail to put up any facts or reasons for what you state.
"I am just against abuse, and I believe that Apple behaves in an abusive way. Not as abusive as many of its competitors, but still..."
Again a bald statement, no facts, reasons, or examples – just some vague feeling you have. You need to understand what Apple is doing and why. The computing industry has a very serious security problem. Apple locking down the systems for end users is protecting them in the right way against the abuse of others. Apple builds its knowledge of security into their systems. End users have little knowledge of security, but even for us professionals we are glad to have that security in our systems.
A fundamental of security is convenience and usability against security. We want systems that are easy to use for legitimate users, but impossible or almost impossible for malicious intent. We know that it is easy to download malicious programs, so Apple tries to prevent that happening saying applications can only come from a checked and trusted source. Your spin is making that out to be abuse by Apple, but it is exactly the opposite.