Apple monopoly

Apple monopoly - Name: Bao Dang ID: 168674989 Apple and...

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Name: Bao Dang ID: 168674989 Apple and Antitrust In recent years, federal regulators have examined several areas of Apple’s business to see if Apple’s practices in business are anticompetitive. Recently, according to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has drawn growing scrutiny from antitrust regulators in the U.S. and in Europe by terms for media companies who want to sell their contents on its popular iPad and other devices. The case against apple is still under investigation. Areas of the business that bring profit to Apple are music and software. Because the economic profit of Apple is positive, other firms will try to enter to the market. However, Apple creates barriers that prevent entry by other firms to make economic profits persist through time. Under the terms of service, Apple attempts to raise difficulty for companies that want to sell digital contents for Apples devices on their own by requiring those contents to be available at iTunes App Store. In addition, Apple bans apps from linking to external sites. Moreover, Apple
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