Supreme Court deals blow to Apple in antitrust case

Supreme Court deals blow to Apple in antitrust case

The Supreme Court on Monday voted to allow a years-long antitrust case against Apple to move forward. The case, Apple Vs. Pepper, concerns a group of iPhone users who accuse Apple of driving up the price of apps by charging third-party app developers a 30 per cent commission. In a 5–4 decision, the court voted against Apple, allowing the case to proceed.

Russ Kurtell
Russ Kurtell 1 year

Apple if an unethical company. Still not sure how they got away with admitting they slow down perfectly good old phones to get consumers to buy new ones. Hope consumers get billions back from this.

ICblades 1 year

good about time these tech monopolies ge put in line

Connor 1 year

Then go to Android.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 year

just don't buy their shit. plan and simple.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

Apple's corporate image should be a hammer and sickle and the motto "To be Communist is glorious". Just to reinforce their disdain for the working class.

Mitchell 1 year


Roadhog 1 year

I don't buy Apple products, but this is absurd. It isn't the court's business how much of a cut they take. There's a thing called competition and you can use other products if Apple screws you over.

Got Truth
Got Truth 1 year

Apple price fixes absolutely every product they make. When has anyone seen a different price for the same Apple product from different stores?

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