I don't know what the UK court expected. They weren't going to shame Apple into feeling any genuine remorse and offering a statement that adhered to the spirit of the ruling. Anyone with half a brain knew that Apple would comply to the least possible extent.
They could have avoided this whole fiasco by mandating what should appear on the Apple website. Yet rather than do that the second time around, they persist in sending Apple back to the drawing board to get it right themselves. So bizarre.
Last edited by holymadness; 11-02-2012 at 12:18 AM.