Originally Posted by tpi2007
I don't think the content of the text Apple wrote on their site can be put in question, after all they just quoted the judge's own words, which were to a certain degree subjective. But in any case, they used his words, how can that be wrong ?
Reading between the lines, there was a statement agreed to by the court. Apple posted that and the added 4 more paragraphs which undermined the apology.
Also the additions were, as you pointed out, not accurate and actually quite misleading.
Originally Posted by Guardian Article
The objection was that Apple had added to the statement that the court of appeal had ordered, so did not comply with the original order, and furthermore that the additions were not accurate.
It seems strange that a company with such an active legal department as Apple would risk not following a court order. If they had then this would have all been forgotten by now. Them acting like petulant children only draws further, negative, attention to their actions.