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New 30% U.S. tax on solar cells threatens jobs, Apple's renewable energy effortsfranklinjackcon said:But what people are criticising here is that a government that claims it doesn't want to pick winners and losers has clearly decided it will favour coal over solar. A tariff is not a sales tax, it's a tax targeted at one industry. This isn't about creating jobs, it's about repaying favours to donors.
Apple hit with lawsuit after admitting to slowing down iPhones with depleted batteries
How the FCC's repeal of net neutrality could affect AppleBefore net neutrality: "AT&T eventually relented in October of 2009, announcing it would allow VoIP calls via its 3G network. It came as the FCC threatened increased pressure on ISPs who violated net neutrality principles, even before they became the commission's official rules." "Under pressure from customers, and amid the prospect of federal intervention, AT&T relented in late 2012, and enabled FaceTime over cellular for all users with compatible iPhones and mobile data plans." Seems market and political pressure can shape things. The FCC believes the FTC is a better place to control these unfair practices which the media and political hyperbole have ignored.
With iPhone X imminent, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus selling close to what an 'iPhone 7s' wo...Rayz2016 said:sdw2001 said:In other words: Duh.
I’m waiting to see what the iPhoneX is like before buying the X, the 8, or staying with what I’ve got.
Apple TV losing market share to streaming set-top box rivals Roku, Amazonzroger73 said:To this day, the interface on the Apple TV 3 still wins for simplicity and usability. The Apple TV 4 remains one of my least-liked Apple products ever.