Why does Apple’s ‘change’ feel more forced than transformative?

Apple will change its policies only when it has to.

Apple gets a lot of flak for its my way or the highway approach to, well, pretty much everything: App Store terms, product design, colors, and so on. While that's an approach that definitely has its benefits—you can tell when committees start getting involved in design, and the end result is rarely good—it also lends itself to a degree of obduracy that can be frustrating for any other parties that have to deal with the company.

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Dan Moren

Dan Moren

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