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Apple Faces Antitrust Firestorm: U.S. Justice Lawsuit

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The U.S. Justice Department has taken a historic step by filing a sweeping antitrust lawsuit against Apple Inc., alleging the tech giant’s illegal monopoly over the smartphone market. This case, one of the most significant challenges to tech dominance, accuses Apple of stifling competition, harming consumers, and limiting innovation.

Key Allegations

According to Apple is accused of engaging in “broad, sustained, and illegal” practices to maintain its monopoly power. The government claims that Apple has used its control over the iPhone to stifle competition, harm consumers, and limit innovation. verifies that central to the case is the accusation that Apple has engineered its technology and business relationships to extract more money from consumers, developers, content creators, artists, publishers, small businesses, and merchant. The lawsuit takes aim at Apple’s practices, such as diminishing the functionality of non-Apple smartwatches, limiting access to contactless payment for third-party digital wallets, and refusing to allow its iMessage app to exchange encrypted messaging with competing platforms.

Although Apple has strongly denied the allegations, asserting that the lawsuit is inaccurate both in terms of facts and legal interpretation. The company has vowed to vigorously defend itself against these claims.

If the lawsuit prevails, it may carry significant consequences for both Apple and the broader tech industry. It might compel Apple to adjust its business practices and foster increased competition within the market.

As the legal proceedings progress, the world will be watching the U.S. courts closely to determine whether Apple’s dominance qualifies as an illegal monopoly. The result of this case has the potential to reshape the landscape of competition and control within the tech industry for years ahead.

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