Apple has settled with David Schwartzstein, who had been a member of an Apple developer group, the last of three men accused of leaking pre-release versions of Mac OS X Tiger, reports CNET According to the report, which is based on a post appearing on DrunkenBlog today, Schwartzstein is prohibited from possessing or sharing any confidential Apple information he may have learned through the Apple developer group. “In December 2004, Apple sued three men, as well as unnamed others, in federal court in San Jose, Calif. The company said the men had posted developer versions of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger onto BitTorrent file-sharing servers ahead of the software’s official release,” notes the story. “It settled one of the cases this March and another in April.”