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gc_uk said:Apple can remotely remove an App from my phone I've chosen to install?
The can not delete it but they can deactivate it, this is absolutely necessary, If an application activates dangerous code they need to be able to stop it working.
Rayz2016 said:Alex1N said:I wonder if Epic is going to take. Google to court as well. That would be amusing.
I imagine they'll focus on Apple because that's where they can get the most publicity.
The did sue Google as well https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/08/14/google-follows-apples-lead-boots-fortnite-from-play-store
PetrolDave said:Better make sure Apple disable it in France as possession of a device that warns of speed cameras is illegal, and in theory can lead to the device being confiscated by the Gendarmes.
That is not how it works, radar detectors are not allowed but using the GPS to warn the user in the proximity of a radar is allowed (voir le site coyote (https://www.moncoyote.com/fr/)).
gatorguy said:AppleInsider said:Apple already has a swathe of tools for educators, students and IT staff to facilitate remote learning
Apple provides a Mobile Device Management system for helping IT staff set up multiple iPads and Macs for remote learning
Enrol vs. enroll
The verb meaning to sign up or to register is spelled enroll in the U.S. Enrol, with one l, is the preferred spelling outside North America. The more American spelling is now preferred in Canadian news publications, but enrol was traditionally more common and still appears in many contexts.