Apple gave iPhone owners an early holiday present this week with iPhone Software 2.2, and the courts gave Apple its own holiday gift when it kicked Psystar in the pants and made the obvious ruling that Apple isn't a monopoly. Apple's new laptops include built-in copy protection, Intel plans to release new quad-core chips for the iMac, and one man learns the hard way to cover his iPhone tracks.
Apple Weekly Report #134: iPhone Software 2.2, Apple Lawsuits, & Naughty iPhones
- iPhone Software 2.2 Adds Google Street View, Podcast Downloads
- Judge Dismisses Psystar Antitrust Claims Against Apple
- Apple's DisplayPort Includes Digital Copy Protection
- Report: Intel to Release Quad-Core Processors for All-in-Ones (iMacs)
- Man Sends Naughty Pics to Mistress, Blames iPhone
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