Epic vs Apple continues and Lossless launches -- This Week in Apple

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The third week of testimony in the Apple and Epic trial dominated this week, but other major events surfaced, including the launch of Apple Music Lossless and Spatial audio, potential new Beats Studio Pro, and rumors of a redesign for the Apple Watch Series 7.


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Week 3, Lossless audio, and flat-edged Apple Watch

It's the third week of Apple's continuing fight in the courtroom with Epic Games over the future of iOS and the Apple Store, and Apple's executives spent quite some time on the stand. Early in the week, Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi spoke about the App Store and Mac security.

Apple CEO Tim Cook himself took to the stand on Friday, offering information on the company's values as well as how Apple fits in the mobile industry landscape. It was also revealed that WWDC costs Apple some $50 million per year, and that a new developer center is being created at Apple Park.

Away from the court room, Apple was said to be working on a new form factor of the Beats Studio Pro, while the Apple Watch Series 7 could have flat edges and a green color option. There's also talk about Google Nest working with HomeKit via Matter support, and the grand launch of Apple Music Lossless.

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     I don’t think Epic has a point at all, period. They are the greedy ones trying to worry about how apple runs their intellectual property and how much profit apple has. Does Apple worry about how Epic went from a 10 million dollar company to 27 billion in 10 years due largely to the Apple App Store? Tsk about back stabbers!

    at best Epic is being greedy, at worst, they are working for the Chinese communists trying to hurt America by hurting  Apple 
    edited May 22 watto_cobra
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