Apple's 'monopoly power' over iPhone app distribution gives it outsized profits, Democrats say

The 450-page report from the Democratic majority staff of the House Judiciary Committee focuses on Apple's control of its App Store, the only way for consumers to install apps or software on an iPhone, along with Apple's proclivity to buy smaller technology companies and turn them into features for Apple products.
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