3 things Steve Jobs had wrong about the App Store

The original iPhone, as innovative as it was, didn’t truly mature into the device we know it as today until July of 2008, when iPhone OS 2.0 was released. The free software update, compatible with the first generation iPhone and preinstalled on the iPhone 3G, added the App Store.

The new service provided developers with an avenue and the tools to build apps or games and sell them directly to users on Apple’s mobile platform. Which, at the time, was the iPhone and iPod touch.

Fast forward to today, and millions of iOS users visit Apple’s App Store to download apps and games every single day. The downloaded software has the power to completely change how a person uses the iPhone or iPad, and in some…

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