Apple just got hit with 2 EU antitrust probes into the App Store and Apple Pay


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  • The European Commission announced two new antitrust investigations into Apple on Tuesday.
  • The first will focus on Apple’s terms and conditions for its payment system Apple Pay.
  • The second will focus on the levy Apple imposes on in-app purchases through its App Store.
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The EU has opened two separate investigations into Apple.

The European Commission announced the probes on Tuesday. The first will look at the terms and conditions Apple places on its payment system Apple Pay. 

The second will look at how Apple runs its App Store, specifically how the mandatory levy Apple places on some in-app purchases.

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