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And we now go live to Apple v Corellium, where the iTitan is still lobbing copyright fireballs at the virtual iPhone upstart

IGotOut

To me...

...it does seem that Apple have a case. Claiming we only do it for the greater good is flimsy at best. Lifting a product wholesale then selling it on slightly modified is blatant copyright infringement.

Of course the sensible thing would be for the two to come to a licensing agreement, but I can't see that happening.

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