Re: Google an Apple to remove 1.5M apps

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Andy Burnelli

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May 15, 2022, 3:53:17 PMMay 15
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badgolferman wrote:

> These are considered
> abandoned apps that have not been updated for more than two years.

Hi badgolferman,

From one actual adult to another...

In the case of Apple, that statement above was proven to be bullshit.
The iKooks don't have the mental capacity to understand why.

But normal adults should have the ability to comprehend the details.

The fact is Apple's removal had (almost) _nothing_ whatsoever to do with
"abandoned apps", per se.

Apple never tells the truth - but in this case - they were force to admit
it in a followup to what Apple _tried_ to lie about was their rationale.

The truth, as always with Apple sleazebags, is in what Apple actually did,
not in what Apple _says_ they would have done - but which they didn't do.

I already posted on the gory details, so I'm just cluing you in.
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Anyone who believes what Apple says without looking at what Apple does...
... is an idiot ...

Alan

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May 15, 2022, 7:06:44 PMMay 15
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On 2022-05-15 12:53 p.m., Andy Burnelli wrote:
> badgolferman wrote:
>
>>  These are considered
>> abandoned apps that have not been updated for more than two years.
>
> Hi badgolferman,
>
> From one actual adult to another...
> In the case of Apple, that statement above was proven to be bullshit.

Funny you don't present that proof...

> The iKooks don't have the mental capacity to understand why.
>
> But normal adults should have the ability to comprehend the details.
>
> The fact is Apple's removal had (almost) _nothing_ whatsoever to do with
> "abandoned apps", per se.
> Apple never tells the truth - but in this case - they were force to admit
> it in a followup to what Apple _tried_ to lie about was their rationale.

Quotes. Sources.
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