Originally Posted by SolipsismX
As I understand it Apple didn't prevent anyone from getting access, they simply put up written rules that said you were not allowed. Laws are guidelines, not security. This is why I say Apple...
Originally Posted by bcode
Indeed, this has always been against the developers TOG -- Path either didn't care or just didn't RTFM and has now ruined it for the rest of us.
I think its simpler than that. They made a conscious...
Originally Posted by thataveragejoe
Nothing about this story/article has ANYTHING to do with Android. Bringing it up is simply trolling. This letter is just a publicity stunt and overblown, but there still is an issue that should...
Originally Posted by Satorical
Pretty much. Did you see what they were requesting? They need to RTFM. They may have legitimate questions, but this is one ham-fisted way to go about it.
But is this really the job of Congress? ...
Does anybody actually want this capability? I don't. I want Apple to continue to supply recovery media with every Mac they sell. If they sell a Mac without an optical drive, then they should supply recovery tools on a USB thumbdrive.
Originally Posted by nagromme
These problems are real, and they can be addressed, and they NEED to be addressed (better), and Apple hasn’t solved them yet.
Apple will not - cannot - solve this problem. The fact of the...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Yes, but none of the others are the largest corporation on the planet by market cap, so they have absolutely no responsibility for the condition of the workers in a country over whose laws they...
Originally Posted by geekdad
I disagree....for an American company they should base their jobs in the US. It does everything for them and the US......As far as profit goes. Apple has more cash than they know what to do with. At...