Apple’s Developer Center website taken offline after it was breached by unknown hackers
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Common: The kitchen family was shocked when son Danny, center, racked up £1,700 pounds ($2,600) for add-ons in a free-to-download game
Apple has settled a $100 million class action suit with parents who demanded the return of money their kids blew on app store spending splurges they never authorized.
The settlement stems from a suit first filed in 2011 in the wake of a Washington Post report about naughty kids using parents’ hard-earned money to buy games and game add-ons for their iPhones and iPads. Apple will make amends with cash or iTunes credits of $5 for parents claiming the lowest losses, with restitution going up from there.
Every school child in Los Angeles is to be given an iPad following a $30million deal with Apple. The Los Angeles Unified School District announced on Tuesday the decision after teachers voted iPads the cheapest product and the best quality in the market.
iPads will now be handed out in 47 schools to give students from low-income households a better chance in the classroom as new national and state tests are to be taken on the devices.