Comparing Google to Apple is harder than you think

Excellent observation by Neil Cybart on the difference between Google and Apple, taken from his daily newsletter ‘Above Avalon‘: I get nervous when people directly compare the two and simply conclude that Apple is in an inferior position simply because it is charging money for its products and not depending on data to sell or monetize in some way down the road. Such a comparison is naive and inaccurate. Apple doesn’t need to know everything about you to be successful. That means you pay for its products and can enjoy your privacy. Google can only continue to exist if it knows as…

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