Apple's So-Called "Apology"

"Apology" as defined at dictionary.com
This doesn’t appear to be an apology, a fact pointed out by a number of people today. However, contrary to the blathering of many pundits and even journalists, the ruling by Judge Blirss never required Apple to apologize; rather, as the Court of Appeal points out, it “held that Apple should be compelled to publicise the fact that it had lost in manners specified in the consequential order.”

Apple has done just that. No more, no less.

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