Today's Above Avalon stories:
- iPhone Sales Share Update
- Odds of Apple Replacing Google for Search Going Up
- Tim Cook's Stance on Privacy Isn't About Data
We kick things off today by going over the latest iPhone sales share from Kantar including some interesting observations about U.S. trends and the Android switcher rate. Next, we move over to why I think the odds of Apple replacing Google as the default search provider in Safari have gone up, concluding with a bit of different perspective on Tim Cook's discussion about data and privacy. I think many people are thinking about the topic in the wrong way.
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