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The Apple Ecosystem — How You Have Become Trapped In

An ecosystem is defined as being a biological community of different organisms that interact with each other and the physical environment in which they live in.

The Apple ecosystem is the different products and services that we all interact with in our daily lives. The Apple ecosystem may be argued as one of the best and here I am going to discuss what this ecosystem is and why you are probably trapped into it.





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Yash Patak

Yash Patak

I write about TV, media, tech and productivity.

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