Apple charged of violating EU Commission’s DMA rules

The EU’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), targeting big tech companies, took effect in May 2023. Apple has been designated as a gatekeeper for its operating systems, messaging platform, and App Store. The EU Commission charged Apple with violating the DMA due to its anti-steering policies, which prevent developers from reaching iOS customers outside the App Store. Although Apple opened iOS and iPadOS to third-party stores, it still charges developers fees. Apple must comply with the DMA by March 2025 or face fines up to 10% of its global revenue, potentially $38 billion (€35.4B), with higher fines for repeated violations.

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