“Bromwich, whose relationship with Apple has been testy since the start, had indicated that relations had improved in a report in October to U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan. However, he said in his latest report that the company recently had taken a more ‘adversarial tone’ in discussions,” Raymond reports. “‘We have conducted no interviews since January, and Apple has rejected our recent requests for interviews,’ Bromwich wrote.”
MacDailyNews Take: Now why the heck would Apple want to limit the wasting of everyone’s time and being wildly over-billing for the privilege?
Raymond reports, “Representatives for Apple did not immediately respond to requests for comment.”
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MacDailyNews Take:Apple’s cooperation has likely ‘sharply declined’ because you shouldn’t be there in the first place, you nasty bearded rodent.
What a farce!
Will somebody with some sense, if there’s anybody left, please put an end to this charade?!
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