Google’s Open-Access Policy is basically ‘Competition for Dummies’

The Android-iOS competition that surfaced with the appearance of the smartphone is a wonderful example of how free-market competition puts down emerging monopolies.

The first generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, revolutionised the mobile-industry for decades to come. In the third quarter alone, Apple, as a company that had never produced a firmware for a mobile, let alone a phone on its own[1], sold 270,000 phones, and ended up bringing 6.1 million iPhones over the counter, in just 6 quarters

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