US sues Apple, complaints about Epic and lack of iPad on AppleInsider podcast

The Department of Justice is going to get Apple's attention' Attention, but new iPads will still appear

Apple is under fire from the US Department of Justice, plus iPads are coming soon, and it looks like there's a lot to be expected from the AirPods and AirPods Max, and that's all about this week's episode of the AppleInsider podcast.

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Apple is currently taking a beating on all sides as it is being sued by the Department of Justice over antitrust claims that range from simply factually incorrect to a little bizarre. However, it may have been the DOJ investigation that prompted Apple to improve its conditions for developers.

And no amount of Apple improvements will ever be enough for Epic Games. But the Fortnite developer's latest legal actions demonstrate an astounding, almost laughable hypocrisy.

However, if Epic Games, the Department of Justice, as well as the EU are going to occupy Tim Cook's every waking hour for months or even years, then what we really want now is the expected launch of new iPads. They're not here yet, but even rumors that disagree on the date are confident they'll be coming soon.

In addition, Apple wants to license Gemini AI from Google — it's a logical step, perhaps an acknowledgment that Apple can't create artificial intelligence, or perhaps something in between.

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