It seems appropriate that the first ruling in Epic v. Apple was a split decision: Fortnite remains out of the App Store,1 but Epic may continue to use Apple’s developer tools in order to support Unreal Engine.
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Apple Reports Third Quarter Results Revenue up 11 percent and EPS up 18 percent to new June quarter records Cupertino, California — July 30, 2020 — Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2020 third quarter ended June 27, 2020. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $59.
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As we continue to make our way through this pandemic, I keep coming back to the question of how do we help those in the most need right now. Last week it was our health care responders on the front lines, the week before it was workers in the hospitality industry who are now out of work.
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In this piece, we will highlight why Apple Inc. is a source of stable, safe, and growing income during these turbulent times. When it comes to the balance sheet, (net) cash is king as that’s a source of funds for covering future dividend obligations should cash flows come under pressure.
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We thought trade would bring Western values to China. Instead, it brought Chinese values to Apple. That was how the Global Times, a Chinese Communist Party outlet, covered Apple’s removal of HKmap.live, an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police, from the iOS App Store.
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