Apple ‘must open up its gates to competitors’, says EU chief

The EU chief that leads the bloc’s Internal Market says it wants Apple to shift its business mode on the iPhone to give consumers more choices and services from competing providers. 

The comments come as Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Europe this week, stopping by an Apple store in Brussels before moving on to Denmark. As you might expect, Cook made no mention of a passing visit with EU Commissioner Thierry Breton, but Breton himself did tweet about the visit on Tuesday, alongside a video that appears to include him showing off a collection of old Apple cables to Cook — just days after Apple unveiled its new iPhone 15 with USB-C, a move forced by EU legislation. 

Soyez le premier à commenter

Poster un Commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée.