- The Supreme Court has ruled against Apple in a long-standing case over price fixing in the App Store, in a decision that allows iPhone owners to proceed with a lawsuit against the company.
- The plaintiffs claim Apple has a monopoly over iOS app distribution, which it uses unfairly to pass along its 30 percent cut of app sales to consumers.
- Apple claimed it was a middleman for app distribution, and that developers set the price.
- The case hinged on the question of whether people who buy iOS apps do so directly from Apple.
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