Speaking of The Next Web, Matthew Panzarino makes the case that Apple’s worldwide content-distribution could seal the deal for an iPad Mini to dominate the small tablet market:
Amazon’s Appstore is available in 1 country in the world, the
U.S. Its movie streaming service? Also US only. You can get
Kindle Edition books in many more countries, so at least there
Google fares slightly better. Its Google Play Store books are
available in Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, the UK and the US.
Movies are available in those countries as well as Japan, France
and Spain. But you can still only purchase movies in the U.S. […]
Notably, Apple’s music, movie, app and book offerings are
available in all 63 countries listed here, aside from Romania,
which gets no movies, bummer.