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Does Apple run its iPhone business like a monopoly? U.S. regulators think so | TechCrunch Minute

The U.S. Department of Justice, along with sixteen state attorneys general, are suing Apple over alleged monopolistic smartphone practices. The DOJ alleges Apple reduces competition for the iPhone and within iOS by suppressing third party apps and digital wallets, among other things, that makes it more difficult to switch from an iPhone to a competitor. Though a quick resolution is unlikely, it comes on the heels of earlier rulings in the EU against Apple’s business practices and an ongoing investigation into Google, echoing the days of Microsoft’s antitrust trials.

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