Apple didn’t actually lose the Epic case; but what if it had?

Apple didn’t actually lose the Epic case; but what if it had?

Then it would have been a different ruling than the one we got last week.

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Last week saw the court ruling in the Apple versus Epic case and after the dust has settled it seems pretty clear Apple came out largely on top. But join the Macalope, if you will, in pondering the question… What If? (Not to be confused with the popular Disney+/Marvel show of the same name. All rights reserved. Void where prohibited.)

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