"Apple also points out that drawing comparisons to other tax arrangements in the EU with other multi-national companies is improper, as the facts and laws differ from agreement to agreement. As such, Apple argues that their use in a legal battle about taxes is inappropriate and unfairly prejudicial to Apple."
That's the point of doing business with the EU Apple, uniformity. If you don't like it then maybe you should have backed Britain in their Brexit vote and not spread FUD.
You accounting shenanigans are coming home to roost. Pay your taxes hippie.