Exactly what I think. If Apple had put 'License' button instead of 'Buy', then this would not have been a problem. Some commenters are saying this is a industry problem. IMHO, however, this is Apple's. And I believe anyone can see this.
Thanks, but sorry it does not make sense to me. I have not thought about it. But, should I be able to transfer any contents that I bought from iTunes to anyone I like? (I am talking about musics, movies and books.)
Off the topic, but I have a question.
Is it really true that the music tracks and movies that you buy from iTunes are not your property? ?%$#?
Bruce Willies is suing Apple.
Agreed. This BS from Apple is about stifling healthy competition and all they want is monopoly, this is NOT about protecting their IPs. Otherwise, Apple would have been chasing this; http://micgadget.com/12958/the-best-iphone-4-knockoff-yet/
I think this is a perfect prior art example for the socalled iPad patent. If you see the full video clip, you will see that it goes further than rectangular with rounded corners. It is basically the whole product concept of iPad.