Yea, Apple. When they are dishing it out, they expect others to take it. But when someone comes down on them, they act like babies. Ev0en when they win, it isnt good enough and they go back and ask for more money after the verdict/award is given.
They should of done what they were told in the first place. This just shows what winers they are and makes them look even worse.
Ryoken, on 01 November 2012 - 15:01, said:
If I was Apple, I'd just refuse.
They have more than enough cash on hand to pay any fines.. and the UK Market isn't that big to begin with.
Even if they are in the wrong, you don't make a company carry an advertisement, which is what it basically is, for another company.
So what, you think Apple is above the law and shouldnt be held accountable?
Whether it is a big or small market, Apple needs to abide by the same laws as everyone else. If the courts would of let this go, then it would send a message to others that they can ignore the law a well. And Apple always wines about the law and how others are stealing their ideas...but when it comes down to obeying the laws themselves, its a diff story.
ANd it is NOT an advert. It is a statement saying they were wrong for suing Samsung. Its not like Apple has to post links on their site to Samsung products.