Unsure if my comic is one of the ones affected, if it is I'm not planning to change it one bit. I'm glad Tapas took this route in this matter, bending to a specific company's wishes is damaging and unreliable; they could keep making their demands more strict and they don't deserve to have that massive impact on art.
Don't get me wrong, apple isn't going to care that they lose the business of the affected comics. There have been legal cases where they repeatedly neglected to send a lawyer, insisting on sending one of their Genius workers instead, despite a lawyer being required by the court. Apple does not give a single fuck, because they believe they can do whatever they like. Which is also why abiding by their expectations would have been a damaging move.
I won't abide by apple either. If they don't want content like mine on their platform, that is fine by me, I'll go elsewhere. If more people take this approach, Apple's customers will eventually actually see what Apple is doing and they will stop purchasing their products.
Let Apple's demands take THEM down, not your creative intent.