Remember not so long ago when Apple's walled garden and curated ecosystem were all the rage of criticism ad nauseam? At the age of Facebook and Google surveys, the vaulted garden looks pretty good, no?
Humanity needs help to save humanity from itself. Yes, we need someone to save us from the internet as well. Too many people have no idea how to navigate through the cesspools of misinformation created by different and different cretins. Can Apple Save Us?
The Internet has become a perfect storm of sorts, a tsunami wave that has washed ashore and influenced all people connected to the WWW, and it affects many others. Misinformation abounds. Nothing can be trusted. Many thoughtful and intelligent people are able to cross the inter-webs, but struggle to explain facts and truths to growing masses of humanity who do not care to understand the differences between sources.
Nevertheless, the cure is also superfluous; Sometimes do not stand out from false news, but it is there and may require additional information to find. Sharing your findings may not be a successful attempt.
Is there a device over you and blobs, over the noise level and misinformation?
I wanted to make it a simple and just statement in response to my question. Apple. Instead, it's a question. Apple?
Apple's credible application ecosystem ̵
How wrong is it?
Nevertheless, there is only a portion of the cesspool of error information sources that exists to achieve their own ends regardless of where their source of income begins.
Can Apple Save Us From The Internet?
To be fair, some of what Apple does is beneficial. Products that work well together. Curated App Stores. Curate iTunes Content. Yet, Apple can spend a few billion dollars on buy-back and dividends to build a private virtual private network (VPN) to further protect customers. Apple can use some of the money to help build a private email system (apparently with Microsoft and Google) to ban spam.
Apple slows product upgrades – some Macs and iPads are four years old, but are sold as new (Mac mini, MacBook Air, iPad mini 4). It's shameful.
Maybe we need someone to save us from Apple. Whose? Microsoft? Google? Samsung? Dell or HP? Amazon?
I'm not sure if the tears I throw now, and what you can't see, are from laughter or sadness.