This was originally posted on Truth on the Market. This article explores allegations against Apple. In particular those that claim an anticompetitive conflict of interest because Apple both owns its App Store and competes with app developers on that platform. There is no evidence that Apple’s alleged “discrimination” against rival apps harms consumers. Indeed, the opposite would seem to be the case. The regulatory discrimination against successful tech platforms like Apple and the App Store is far more harmful to consumers.
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