Apple has finally recognized that their App Store content subscription policy was total bullshit and reversed it, no longer making stupid demands to publishers and other content providers. Their ridiculous pricing and in-app purchase dictates are now gone.
In news that will surprise absolutely no one at all, Apple has posted a lengthy list of qualities that will keep your software out their new app store. Check below for the most interesting (and the strangest) prohibitions.
Click to viewWell this is pretty sick. Residents in Obion County, Tennessee have to pay an annual fee of $75 for fire department service. The Cranick family didn't pay, so firefighters stood around and watched their house burn to the ground.
The Battery Replacement Service FAQ on Apple's site outlines their policy for handling iPads with diminished battery capacity, and its surprisingly generous: for a $99 service fee, they'll send you a replacement iPad.
According to an exclusive by our delightfully jaded friends at The Consumerist, if you have some old Costco merchandise that you've been meaning to return, do it before Jan 1.