Apple's round-the-clock approach to EU regulation could be the right move

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What if Apple is right about the Apple App Store and its control over it?

I never wanted an open app store. Side-loading apps on my best iPhone seemed to me the perfect way to infect or ruin them. Granted, I wasn't an iPhone jailbreak kind of guy. I have never felt obligated or even potentially overcharged because of that App Store alone as Apple used to charge developers 30% for each transaction (since in some situations this includes There has been a slight decrease) – a cost that may have been sent to me. Maybe it's because most of the apps I use are free and the ones I paid for, like Procreate, and Star Walk 2 charged me once and then let me download updates freely.