You don't get it though. It doesn't matter what I buy. It's what my potential customers have bought.maybe, but you are under no obligation to buy Apple products
If no one bit the hand that feeds there'd be even more inequality and hardship in the world. Sometimes people need to bite to get more food for others. (FWIW I'm all for more regulation of Apple's restrictive practices)"don't bite any hands" would be utopian. "don't bite hands because if you bite hands you will not receive food" is hardly a utopian ideal.
How are they bullies? They offered to assist them. If Blix want to try and break the rules that apply to everyone, and then try and coerce Apple into forcing them to allow a defective code to enter the store, who is trying to be the bully?I would not just close the door to a big business of my field just because the distributing company decides to play a bully... and people like you blatantly handing off an all-powerful role to these companies are not helping, there are laws in place that mandate fairness and equal opportunity, good competition.