European Union regulators accuse Apple of breaching the bloc’s tech rules


The European Union’s regulators have accused Apple Inc. of violating the bloc’s digital technology regulations. The European Commission, which is the executive arm of the EU, sent a statement of objections to the tech giant, focusing on the company’s pre-installation of the Apple Music app on iPhones, iPads, and other devices. This move is seen as giving the app an unfair advantage over competitors. The EU also accused Apple of stifling competition in the music streaming market by charging high commission fees on rivals using its App Store. The charges were made in response to a complaint filed by Spotify. Depending on the conclusion of the investigation, Apple could face considerable fines or be forced to alter its business practices in Europe. The company has the chance to respond to the EU’s allegations before a final decision is made.

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