Apple’s resolution to drop iPhone net apps comes below scrutiny within the EU


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Apple might quickly face an investigation over its resolution to discontinue iPhone net apps within the European Union, in line with a report from the Monetary Occasions. The European Fee has reportedly despatched Apple and app builders requests for extra info to help in its analysis.

“We’re certainly wanting on the compliance packages of all gatekeepers, together with Apple,” the European Fee mentioned in an announcement to the Monetary Occasions. “In that context, we’re specifically wanting into the difficulty of progressive net apps, and may verify sending the requests for info to Apple and to app builders, who can present helpful info for our evaluation.”

The European Fee didn’t instantly reply to The Verge’s request…

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