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UK watchdog launches antitrust probe into Apple’s App Store

UK watchdog launches antitrust probe into Apple’s App Store

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority said it was looking into Apple’s ’suspected breaches of competition law.’ It would probe if Apple was indulging in monopolistic behavior in App Store. App Store is also the subject of three European Commission antitrust probes. App developers say Apple lets them distribute their iOS apps through the App Store, for which the company charges a cut of 30%.

Timothy
Timothy
Dylan
Dylan 1 months

This is like saying you can buy a business but you can’t control what products or buy or the price you charge for them. If it bothers you so much just move to another platform.

Jarrod
Jarrod 1 months

Apple: you can buy this expensive device that has all this power but you've also got to pay more for software because we get a 30% cut. No you can't use any other store to download this software this is for your own good.

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