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11. "lock-in means it's designed specifically so that if you switch"
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you can't use it anymore and it impacts you significantly because it's not available or accessible via other platforms.


it's not an actual lock, and you can still switch. but it increases lock-in.

that's all.



www.engadgethd.com - the other stuff i'm looking at

  

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Quesiton: What's wrong with tech writer's brains?? [View all] , handle, Tue Sep-17-19 11:29 AM
 
Subject Author Message Date ID
There's a lot you can do in iMessage that you can't do in basic sms
Sep 17th 2019
1
this is a very weird complaint.
Sep 18th 2019
2
If you read The Verge or their affiliated podcasts
Sep 19th 2019
5
      you gotta fix you in that.
Sep 20th 2019
6
It's hard to upgrade to Android once you're locked into iMessage
Sep 18th 2019
3
HOw??????
Sep 21st 2019
7
      a: that's not what lock-in means.
Sep 21st 2019
8
      So lock in means: Has a better piece of software as a standar feature?
Sep 21st 2019
9
          
           and yes, that's exactly what happened.
Sep 22nd 2019
12
      Shit is still "broken"
Sep 21st 2019
10
I don't care either way because iPhone, schmyPhone
Sep 19th 2019
4

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