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 Yes, at least to some extent. Settings -> General -> Bluetooth mentions pairing a keyboard, which I have done before, and I'm pretty sure I've paired a mouse or trackpad before. I've always assumed the remote is done via bluetooth, but I really don't know. I've also assumed that the iOS Remote app works via WiFI, but again, it could use Bluetooth instead. I'm not certain.
"Widely" reported? . . .  or, more likely, "wildly" reported.
" . . . Phil Schiller plugs security report . . . " Tweeting a URL is hardly a "plug." Much less "talking trash," "cocky," or "a hatchet job." It's pretty quietly confident though!
Thanks. Very helpful.
I was thinking I might have got that spelling wrong.  :-)Understandable though, as I've had no experience with nits.
      You all get ten points from me.[If it were possible for me to award them.]For me Microsoft is an endless source of wonder, shock, disbelief, and entertainment.
 Agree with you, but the problem isn't so much defending customers (historically people have always gotten short shrift from the government.) It seems to me that in the past they have always tilted toward publishers (as they are corporate and big business.) Problem is the courts are following their traditional instinct and favoring Amazon as the biggest business with the greatest influence over Apple, Publishers, and last of all, the lowly citizens. 
Although I seem to be on the same side as you, just not as virulently:"Someone who does" what?And what's a "which-hunt?"[OK I'm Knit picking you. But maybe take a second or two to read your post before you submit?  ;-)  ]
I frankly *still* don't get why Apple's approach was found to be in violation in the first place. If anyone can point me to a clear and cogent interpretation of why Apple's original approach was a violation and Amazon's is OK, please post a link. Thanks.
 An idea that Apple has never pursued before, I'm sure.
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