Apple is a computer hardware company.
Its products are used in computers and smartphones, and they are also used in some industrial equipment.
In the past, the company was accused of stealing technology and stealing intellectual property.
This year, the allegations have been laid out in court documents, including allegations of “unfair competition” and “corporate espionage”.
Apple denies these claims, arguing that its products are widely used by ordinary people and are therefore protected by the Australian Consumer Law.
However, the court documents do show the company has also been accused of violating the Fair Trading Act.
Apple has also made some moves in response to the accusations, including hiring former Australian Federal Police chief David Irvine, who is also a director of the Australian Computer Industry Group, to oversee the investigation.
Apple declined to comment on the allegations.
Here’s what you need to know about Apple Computer software and the Fair Trade Act.
Apple Computer is the biggest company in Australia.
It employs more than 100,000 people and makes more than 60,000 products.
It is one of the largest software companies in the world.
Apple’s software has helped make Apple computers, iPads, and Macs a major part of the global economy.
The company’s Apple Watch was the best-selling gadget of 2017, beating out Samsung’s Gear S2 and Sony’s PlayStation 4.
The Fair Trade act is the most widely used law in Australia and covers all aspects of business.
Its purpose is to protect consumers, businesses, and the environment.
In particular, it sets out a standard of fair trade and a range of fair dealing and competition rules.
Apple and its rival Microsoft are the biggest corporations in the Australian economy.
They own and operate more than 30,000 computers and computer parts businesses around the world, including in Australia, and generate nearly $400 billion in annual revenue.
Microsoft employs over 7,000 Australians, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and has offices in more than 50 countries.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been investigating Apple since last November.
Last month, it accused Apple of stealing intellectual properties and other trade secrets from a company called Ondesim.
The commission is currently investigating whether Apple’s computer software infringes on copyright, trademarks, and trade secrets.
Apple is not directly implicated, but it has acknowledged its software is used in many computers and phones.
The US court ruling on the Fair Trust is due to be handed down next month.
The ruling is expected to be a huge victory for consumers, who would benefit from fair trading laws, and for Apple.
The court ruled that it was not “compelling” to rule that the Fair Work Act covers all Apple software, and said that the commission would be seeking clarification of that position.
Apple faces similar cases from other countries around the globe.
It has already been sued in Germany and in the United Kingdom over allegations that it has broken anti-competitive business practices.
Apple also faces a number of cases in the US, including the recent case of the Apple Pay fraud case.
The case is being heard by the US District Court for the Northern District of California.
There are several investigations underway by the Commission into Apple’s handling of the Fair Trademark case.
Apple says the company “has no intention of waiving its right to defend the Fair Marks”, and will fight to defend its rights.
The Commission has also launched a consumer protection investigation into the allegations of corporate espionage and unfair competition against Apple.
In addition, it has launched a probe into allegations of breach of Australia’s Fair Trading Acts.
Apple, Microsoft, and Google are the most profitable companies in Australia today.
They earn more than $20 billion in revenue each year, with an average annual revenue of $1.5 billion.