Apple quietly pulls apology-hiding code from U.K. site

While Apple has removed the ‘resize’ code that forced users to scroll down the page to view the court-ordered apology text, you still require a large display to view the apology.
(Credit: Screenshot by Zack Whittaker/CNET)
Less than a week after Apple was rumbled by Reddit users for including code to hide a court-ordered apology to Samsung on its U.K. Web site, the code has now been removed.
The code forced visitors to scroll down the page in order to see an apology that Apple was ordered to display on its U.K. Web site for one month, by resizing the central image of the new iPad mini and…

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