If I'm not. mistaking, you can stream Pandora on Apple audio devices, but not Spotify. This is as it should be for all the b*tching Spotify does in public. Also, It'd be just-desert if Epic was never again allowed on the App Store for all of their public grandstanding and muck-raking! Apple's public persona, however, tells me that if any of these sad-ass companies conformed to Apple's standards, they let them back in a heartbeat.
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Even if Epic complied with App Store policies, Apple would be foolish to allow them back on its platforms given the amount of damage they've attempted to inflict on Apple! Epic's miscreant CEO reminds me of other billionaires who demand rules bend to their wishes because……………they believe they're ENTITLED to it. Apple Tim, please tell Epic Tim to go pound sand.
byronl said:really cool to see an apple-designed robot. they should look into robotics more (assuming they already aren’t)
MacsWithPenguins said:Apple: ”Hmm, we got all these billions. Not sure what to do with this … we just bought a ton of startups earlier today. What now?”
Employees: ”How about showing us some appreciation for once?”
Apple: ”Well … a few select, extremely vital people can get a little bit of our money, to make sure we don’t encounter an engineering resource crisis”.
Employees: ”Really? That’s your move? *Leaves for Twitter, Microsoft and startups*”