Since the advent of the iPhone, Apple has changed from an innovative company to one attempting to stifle innovation through the use of over-broad and, in many cases, outright invalid patents, and lawsuits. I look forward to the day when Apple either re-evaluates their direction in the market (e.g., works for innovation rather than attempting to prevent others from innovating), or goes belly-up. Either one will be fine with me.
Actually, RTietjens, it would be better for us all were Apple to choose the first path - «[to work] for innovation rather than attempting to prevent others from innovating» rather than the second, i e, «go[ing] belly-up». But I fear that the chances of that happening are similar to those of a snowball in a very warm place....
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