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US sues Apple for Illegal Monopoly Over Smartphones

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apple-logo-og.jpg.bff3571d81a1949b4eb707dad8caeea4.jpgDOJ Lawsuit Against Apple: The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), along with 16 state and district attorneys general, has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple. They accuse the company of maintaining an illegal monopoly in the smartphone market by restricting competition and driving up prices1.

Allegations: Apple is alleged to have disrupted “super apps,” blocked cloud-streaming apps, suppressed messaging quality between iOS and Android, limited third-party smartwatch functionality, and blocked competing digital wallets. These actions are claimed to protect Apple’s monopoly and harm consumers and developers.

Legal Actions: The lawsuit seeks to prevent Apple from using its control to undermine competition and asks for relief to restore competitive conditions. The DOJ did not specify if they would seek to break up Apple but emphasized the need for remedies tied to the court’s findings2.

Apple’s Response: Apple defends its practices, stating that the lawsuit threatens its principles and could hinder its ability to innovate. The company plans to move to dismiss the case and disagrees with the DOJ’s market definition, arguing for a global perspective3.

The article details the government’s efforts to challenge Apple’s market practices and the potential implications for the tech industry.

Read more: US sues Apple for illegal monopoly over smartphones - The Verge

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