Apple's week: Huge profits, Apple TV launch, and WiFi Assist lawsuit

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Mac OS X also found to have the most vulnerable apps

Apple had a mixed seven days, having reported a Q4 profit of over $11bn only to face a lawsuit from a California couple over the WiFi Assist feature introduced in latest version of iOS 9. The co...

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