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Whether it is public interest or not depended on the results of the case IMO.  As the case was dismissed, it is not public interest (as opposed to what the public are interested in).
I am not making a causal relationship, simply dispelling the causal relationships made by Apple][  - "Yes, it's basically because they're poor" . And iPhones are not 200% more expensive in Italy or France, while the median wealth in those countries is 200% more than the US.  
  Actually the median wealth in Spain is about 50% higher than in the US. The  median wealth in Italy and France is about 200% higher than in the US. Mr Average in  Spain, France, and Italy has a lot more disposable income than in the US.   While many of the top 1% in terms of wealth live in the US, the standard of living int the  US is one of the lowest in the developed world. China is the only country in the table that has a lower standard of living than the US. People...
I agree with you, but human populations tend not to change in sudden jumps. Reaching a place of general tolerance is needed before we can go beyond it.
I have spotify, but only because it was a promotional bonus when I was shopping around for a new internet provider - free full Spotify thrown in and payed for by my provider. Wonder how much this type of deal added to spotify's  total income.
As a stock holder of AAPL if it cause a drop in sales and therefore trade value, then that is a financial loss I would gladly bare. Some things are more important than the thickness of my wallet.
This simply shows that the way Apple (and most other companies world wide) allow for career development and motherhood is below the standard that it should be.   On a side note, every career orientated woman should make sure that discussing career development and parenting responsibilites is a priority before they chose a life partner. One day we may reach a stage where men bring this up, but until then...
I am not sure apple want them. What could have gone wrong in deal? Most likely is that they could not meet one or several of apples requirement - production costs, speed or quality - for Apple's "secret plans".  My bet is that Apple would be looking long and hard at graphene as a possible replacement for saphire before they consider snapping up this company. Of course this is a wild guess as I do not know what Apple have planned, but graphene is a very interesting product...
All this stuff is not for me.   Tried a polar heart rate monitor a few years ago. Got expert advise as to how hard to work, etc and followed it. Stopped enjoying running, so gave away the monitor. Now I just run how I feel and to hell with what the scientists say I should be doing that day. Running on my feeling is my addiction.   But I know dozens of people who do not have a budget limit when it comes to the latest training gadgets. Running based on technology is...
Interesting that the phones bent around the buttons on the side, but the stress test shown did not focus on this point. They seemed to deliberately avoid showing a test designed to focus on the claimed weaknesses in the frame.   Of course that could also be editing done by a journalist who did not pass secondary school physics.
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