Tim not knowing that Roblox has game modes and maps you can download and play.
Doesn't understand cash apps or the laws behind them and why Apple can't just take peoples money off digital banks basically.
Also that cash apps aren't good, they're services, quit fighting your failing lawsuits on Twitter you dumb fuck.
There was an amazing tweet by him about a week ago, one of his replies, that complimented New York engineers for being able to build rivers around the existing fences, following the bends and curves of the fences.
I mean, I'd assume you'd build said fences following the river, but I'm not a CEO.
Apple's submitted their witness list, and goddamn, does it have some names and very fun subjects. I'll just mention a few highlights.
Tim Cook, CEO, Apple Inc - Corporate values, development and launch of App store, competition faced by Apple.
Craig Federighi, SVP Software Engineering (Apple) - iOS, competition faced by Apple, investment and efforts to counter malware, spyware and app security,
Mark Grimm, Game Development Manager (Apple) - Tools, services and benefits offered by Apple to developers, including Epic. Apple's relationship with Epic. Epic's breaches of agreement with Apple.
Phil Schiller, Apple Fellow (former SVP of Marketing) - Development and launch of app store, policies and guidelines, commission, distribution, design, development and launch of iPhone.
Steve Allison, General Manager, Epic Games Store - EGS business model and finance projections, revenue split, market share.
Joseph Kreiner, VP Business Development (Epic) - Cross platform play, relationships with console manufacturers, contractual terms and commissions paid by Epic, processing payment terms, fraud on EGS
Tim Sweeney, CEO, Epic Games - Epic's business model, operations, strategy, Epic's financial performance, Epic's dealings with Apple and comparable/competing platforms, EGS profitability, Epic's relationship with Samsung, Epic's campaign against app stores
Vivek Sharma - VP, Gaming, Facebook Inc - (TBD)
Scott Forstall - former SVP, iOS Software - Differences between mobile platforms and PCs, security and privacy considerations, historical App Store policies