- Not everyone thinks Apple will do a television set. Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves makes a case against it, including that “investment in Apple television makes little sense without a unique” content offering. Read Fortune’s take here.
- Remember Psystar? A string of judges said the company was not entitled to sell their own computers with Apple’s OS X operating system, still they took their appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday, the justices declined to hear the case, CNET reports.
- Despite our earlier fears, Apple is helping OS X Leopard users with last month’s malware issue after all. Ars Technica has the details on Apple’s new Flashback removal tool for Leopard.
- Following a flurry of both rumors and news about what Apple has planned in the coming months, PC World has a good forecast of what we could see (or not) at WWDC in June.
- Despite changing the name from iPad with Wi-FI + 4G to iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular, Apple is not off the hook in Australia. The country’s top watchdog group, the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission, that sued the iPad maker over the product name for being misleading will still get its day in court with Apple, writes the SmartHouse blog.
Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: An Apple television isn’t a sure bet, a former Apple legal target gets denied for a Supreme Court appeal, Apple rescues Leopard users, and WWDC announcements get forecasted.