• @cat-.- on March 6, 2024

    I fucking love the EU

  • @EfrainDeLaRocha on March 6, 2024

    ill never understand apple users. They just love to be told how to work their phones.

  • @tutacat on March 6, 2024

    Most of this image upscaling is already a neural metwork

  • @Inglan on March 6, 2024

    hey wheres Riley?

  • @Sylarzx on March 6, 2024

    Apple’s $1.8 BILLION Dollar Fine


  • @benover17 on March 6, 2024

    Apple getting sued more than oil companies

  • @bartheerman on March 6, 2024

    one thing is wrong in this video. EU does not have great laws… 🙂

  • @trillex1861 on March 6, 2024

    Apple fanboys will still try to defend apple 😂

  • @YoursTrulyVacuo on March 6, 2024

    Google and Garmin really just released Trauma Team irl

  • @Graeme_Lastname on March 6, 2024

    Australian government is a money seeker. A pack of tobacco costs $100+ here. It really sucks. 🤪🇦🇺

  • @Prence on March 6, 2024

    That's ironic, Facebook says Google is to restrictive. lol

  • @Davethreshold on March 6, 2024

    That is amazing!

  • @jmoney211 on March 6, 2024

    I just started reading 1984 and I now realize that it is literally just describing China.

  • @RipleySawzen on March 6, 2024

    5:00 "Five chocolates that are actually news stories"

    OMG WAIT?! The Quick Bits isn't this segment, but the stories that come afterwords?! MIND = BLOWN

  • @NotMuchHere on March 6, 2024

    why i buy apple .. got an LG phone, it claimed it was 5G … did not work in america (purchased on amazon) … so got an apple phone … 5g … it works in america AND it works better than the cheap android in my rural location .. never again goog

  • @peterlustig6705 on March 6, 2024

    I watch these exclusively for the Quick Bits intros!

  • @BloodyMobile on March 6, 2024

    7:20 pot calling kettle black eh?

  • @Maxime_K-G on March 6, 2024

    Imagine you buy a house but every time you use the electricity you need to pay an extra 42.8% fee on top to the original homebuilder and you cannot install a shower because the builder owns their own bathtub subsidiary and therefore you're just not allowed to.

    The European pro-competition mindset can sometimes be tricky for outsiders to understand. It is indeed different from the US' more open system. In the EU laws surrounding marketplaces, especially digital ones, are different than in the US. It is a reflection of the high expectations people here have of openness and transparency when it comes to the sale of consumer products. If you aren't willing to play fair you're sometimes not allowed to play at all. The same reason why Walmart couldn't figure out the continent.

    Different rules, I know, it's weird. But both systems have their merits. Clearly, America does way better when it comes to technological innovation and development but the EU is stronger on the consumer protection front. The fine amount is equal to 2% of last year's profits. I don't know what system calculated that to be the correct price. The range must be somewhere within the law.

  • @Woot-Zee on March 6, 2024

    EU and their shenanigans. :))

  • @rchandraonline on March 6, 2024

    two billion dollar dollar…OK. Here I thought I knew what "$" meant.

  • @samuel_glenn on March 6, 2024

    If typical on-phone spy ware detection tools can't get into certain areas of iPhone because of how locked down it is, how can the spyware get there?

  • @Simboiss on March 7, 2024

    Let's hope the EU won't buy weapons to send to Ukraine with this money.

  • @chrisleonard7135 on March 7, 2024

    "people love being over charged. Isn't that why they get iPhones?"

    I won't be all that shocked if Apple lawyers use that quote in their defense XD

  • @Mr.1.i on March 7, 2024

    Intel are weird changing the structure of p cores and hyperthreads then change the way they name these chips about 4 generations to late the intel core ultra 200 4xecores it has a bottle neck looking at it on paper you would think its the celeron line rebranded

  • @IOUaUsername on March 7, 2024

    The Australian Government should let Facebook get out of paying news companies. The news companies hate the Labor party and back the Liberal party in 99/100 elections, so the current Labor government would be crazy to protect them now.

  • @LEGnewTube on March 8, 2024

    iPhones are no more expensive than android phones.

  • @Nucleosynthese on March 8, 2024

    Finally the EU has shown its teeth. Apple's intimidation tactis and childish 'malicious compliance' should be dealt with. They should respect European laws, we should be alble to define the rules of competition in our own territory

  • @user-bf5sc8pn8x on March 8, 2024

    Two billion dollar dollar fine?

  • @KuruGDI on March 9, 2024

    The gadgets are here; I need tech news, not a ride

  • @Jordansklar0698 on March 9, 2024

    Apple sucks ass

  • @DavidJacksonphunman1 on March 10, 2024

    woke walter

  • @AtomizerX on March 10, 2024

    You have a typo in this video's title currently, fyi: you spelled out "dollar" and used a $ simultaneously.

  • @ittadakimaho on March 11, 2024

    Then there is hope that the appeal fails. And finally .. that would be a legislation that treats apple properly and might steer a few gears in a better direction by openly showing: okay dear tech companies, maybe you have overstepped your boundaries by a lot. And might even trigger further .. fun.
    Then again, we are living in reality. I honestly wonder..

  • @bahamutbbob on March 14, 2024

    Yeah, but tech influencers will continue using the Intel code names, thus confusing people just as much as they do now.