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Apple stops censoring terms it etches onto iPhones in Taiwan


> leading an academic research group to wonder whether Apple does not fully understand its own censorship policies and applications, or is bowing to Beijing's wishes.

LMAO. 90% of Apple's parts and all of their assembly is done in Mainland China. It's very easy to get up on a keynote and give a visionary speech, it's quite another thing to actually significantly disrupt your business and build and entire new supply chain from scratch. Now, if anyone *could* actually do it, I'd bet on Apple, but as long as they and their customers are totally content with lip service, that's all anyone's going to get.

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