UK opens antitrust probe into Apple’s App Store policies

Apple is facing yet more pushback in Europe over its iOS App Store policies for developers. The UK’s competition regulator has launched an antitrust investigation into the iPhone maker for alleged anti-competitive behavior. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) says it acted after receiving several complaints from developers decrying Apple’s “unfair” terms and conditions. It will now consider Apple’s App Store rules that see it approving which apps make the cut and that force developers to use its own payment and in-app purchase systems.

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