I haven't read the article yet, so this could change.
From part of the newspick comment:
Non-Android devices would have
received a $3 discount for “not using Apple proprietary features,” according
to the document.
So if I understand that part correctly:
our proprietary treasure and pay us a license fee of
Don't use our proprietary treasure and pay us $18
for our license... argggg!
Seriously? Apple wants products that
don't infringe their ppprrrreeecccciioouusssss to pay for an $18
license? License for what?
Talk about scalliwags on the high seas. A
license for.... a promise not to sue over nothing???
I really have to
read the article to see if it adds any info to what the “not using Apple
proprietary features,” means. I'm hoping it's just an indication that not using
the visual physical characteristics, but using the embedded software tech still
is what it's refering to.
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