Apple's corporate culture can be nicely summed up by the term parentalism, which is the (mistaken) belief, on Apple's part, that only it can decide what's best for its users. You see this control throughout Apple's products and services, in ways both big and small.
As is the case with so much at Apple, this stupidity can be traced back to Steve Jobs, the ultimate micro-manager.
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