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Apple’s “sticky” iPhone
 
By TechUniverse
When Barclays’ Ben Reitzes refers to the “stickiness” of Apple’s iPhone, he’s not talking about adhesives on the product’s surface. (Indeed, the iPhone seems to us as slippery as ever, which may be why there’s such a lively market in protective cases.) What he’s referring to in a report to clients issued Tuesday is a lock-in effect, whereby iPhone and iPod touch owners who buy from the App Store become increasing unlikely to switch to a competing product. Reitzes calls this a “key differentiating factor”: READ MORE HERE

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