‘Glass has no place in our society’: Apple says it won’t replace broken glasses

Apple Inc said on Thursday it won.

Glass has been an issue for decades, but a major problem for some.

It is now the latest issue facing Apple Inc, which faces a new wave of lawsuits filed by former employees who say they were fired from the Cupertino, California, maker of Apple’s iPhone, iPad and Mac computers.

In the past few years, lawsuits have been filed against Apple by former executives, and one former employee who worked at a company that made the iPhone, Apple’s main computer, sued Apple.

Apple has acknowledged that its products are damaged or defective.

The company says it has begun replacing all the glass on its products, which include its MacBook Pro laptops, iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch.

However, a new lawsuit filed by a former Apple employee on Thursday alleged the company failed to make the change in a timely manner and failed to compensate former employees for the damage caused by the glass.

A statement from Apple said it had “never been able to provide a remedy for employees who were fired for broken or broken glass” and that the company was working with an attorney to review the lawsuit.

“We have made significant progress in recent years in developing a system to provide compensation to former employees and other impacted employees,” Apple said in a statement.

Last year, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which handles cases that involve the federal government, ordered Apple to pay $4.4 billion to former Apple employees who filed a lawsuit alleging the company discriminated against them.

Apple has argued that the suit was frivolous, but Judge James Robart of the US District Court for the Northern District of California sided with Apple.