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Plus you will be able to kiss security goodby if, for example, Apple is forced to provide details of the security features so third party parts makers can manufacture secure enclave clones. Apple could be forced to provide third party repair shops the special software and equipment needed to calibrate Touch ID components. Once in the hands of god-knows-who we will no longer be able to be assured our repaired iPhones are still secure and armored against hacking. This is Pandora’s Box being opened.
chadbag said:launfall said:I wonder how people who defended Apple for not allowing applications being installed from different App Stores feel now the apps for the social media platforms they love are being kicked off the store?
MauiMac5341 said:To paraphrase the judge. What’s wrong with Amazon providing a link to allow customers cheaper option to buy stuff elsewhere? Wait that doesn’t make any sense here either
Beats said:Nobody seems to understand what a monopoly is. Just because there are other phones doesn’t mean Apple isn’t engaging in a monopoly.Wal-Mart has a monopoly on Wal-Mart. That doesn’t mean Coca Cola has the right to change their rules.
SpamSandwich said:Oh, no! Walmart has a monopoly over the products it sells in their stores!
fizzmaster said:MauiMac5341 said:To paraphrase the judge. What’s wrong with Amazon providing a link to allow customers cheaper option to buy stuff elsewhere? Wait that doesn’t make any sense here either
CheeseFreeze said:Imagine having to rent your house from only Teo landlords available in the entire world.... How does that situation sound to you? Not great, right?
tenthousandthings said:There are a number of comments here that don’t seem to understand the role of the judge in this process. The judge is supposed to ask difficult questions. Having done so means this is a good judge.
Sweeney got to go first. That may seem like an advantage, but it is not.