Apple and the Dangers of Lock-In

I’m wading through the answer to ’s against it and when I hit page 46 (item 4 bullet 4) I had an “oh crap” moment. Qualcomm is alleging that is intentionally crippling certain so that users can’t tell they are using inferior parts in some of them. It seems has gone to a dual-supplier model in an apparent attempt to force Qualcomm to drop its prices, but the second supplier apparently builds a significantly inferior product—so inferior in fact that even after cripples the Qualcomm-based iPhones they’re still significantly better.

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