Apple's Default iPhone Apps Give It Growing Edge Over App Store Rivals

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

David Reichenberg discusses his thoughts on Apple's default applications and the policies behind it. David compares the current situation to "Microsoft in the 90s," when the U.S. sued Microsoft corp for bundling Internet explorer with its Windows operating system, making it hard to install other browsers. While Apple states that new iPhone’s come with in-house default apps to make it easier on the user, lawmakers are looking into the possible antitrust violations in the technology industry.

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