Possible antitrust probe might have led Apple to bring back certain apps


Just the other day, Apple CEO Tim Cook told CBS News that Apple is not a monopoly. That comment related to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that allows a class action suit against the company to continue; the plaintiffs allege the 30% cut of revenue that Apple collects from developers results in consumers paying higher prices for paid apps and in-app purchases. Since iOS is a “closed garden,” Apple doesn’t allow iPhone users to sideload apps like Android users can. This forces the vast majority of iPhone users to rely on the App Store for their apps (obviously those who jailbreak their iPhones …

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