Steve Jobs’ opinions on streaming are irrelevant…And he would have changed his mind anyway

You’re a long time dead and sadly Steve Jobs has been gone for nearly four years. But that doesn’t stop his past comments being exhumed any time someone wants to make a heavy-handed point about Apple’s strategy. The latest example is The Verge quoting the late Apple CEO’s 2003 rant about early music streaming services like Rhapsody and Pressplay, as if it at all reflects where we are today. It’s an eye-catching move with Apple about to unveil its streaming service. Here’s what he said back then: These services treat you like a criminal. And they are subscription based and we think…

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