The fact is they tried to disguise their anti-competitive practices in a shroud of lies regarding Flash, and the vocal Apple faithful lapped it up.... but it was just a smokescreen to further their own financial agenda. Yes a lot of (the big) sites have had to adjust their sites and duplicate content to accommodate iPhones, but likewise a lot haven't. Apple's plan to push to html5 would increase the use of h.264 (and the licensing revenue the MPEGLA receives of which Apple is a major player). Of course Google have just scuppered that future increased revenue stream by giving away the VP8 codec and excluding h.264 from their browser (which has over double the users of Safari). Apple have been working furiously to sign up magazine content, comics, television programming, films, music and software into exclusive deals for their devices. Every piece of entertainment you consume in the future will come with at least a 30% tax for them. They blocked all cross-platform development software from their platform (until anti-trust legislators started investigating), to ensure they were the exclusive suppliers of content. Their devices will only let you get content through their paywall. In recent days, reports have emerged that they are heavily pushing retailers across the States to install near field payment systems for their new iPhones, how much of a cut will they take from your coffee and bun purchases then? I fear a future where Apple play a dominant role, because they don't play nicely with others and they grab a cut of everything that touches their electronic devices (or where they are held nearby!), I will continue to actively discourage anyone from purchasing their goods, because they will ruin the freedoms the internet and competition have given us.... Oh and I also enjoy thousands of free apps and games through Android, safe in the knowledge I also get the FULL internet, past, present and future (Flash, html5 and all), and I can get them direct from the developer should I wish bypassing Google altogether.