US application maker Blix on Monday took its battle against Apple to Europe as it spread out its complaints against the iPhone creator to EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, saying that Apple isn’t being fair.
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Blix’s analysis came in the midst of Vestager’s ongoing examination concerning Apple’s App Store and mobile payment system Apple Pay as she moves to check the intensity of online gaurds on which a great many companies depend for business.
Blix recently sued Apple for not including its BlueMail product in the Mac App Store, blaming the company for encroaching its protected innovation and mishandling its strength in the application store.
Apple, which hence permitted BlueMail back in the advanced shop, had refered to security issues for the prohibition.
“It is obvious to us that Apple isn’t being fair,” Blix founder Ben Volach wrote in a letter to Vestager seen by Reuters.
Volach asked Vestager, who will report before the year’s over extreme new standards known as the Digital Services Act to make US tech monsters follow the rules, to look further into Apple’s activities.
“They veil Apple’s desire to completely control this fundamental commercial center and dispersion divert so as to keep up its applications’ strength to its rivals’ impediment,” he said.
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US web-based media monster Facebook and Microsoft as of late voiced worries about Apple’s App Store rules, which the European Commission said it knew about.