EU takes aim at Apple Pay

John Leonard
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EU takes aim at Apple Pay
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EU takes aim at Apple Pay

By restricting access to the NFC chip on its iOS devices Apple reduces consumer choice, the bloc says

On Monday, the EU's executive arm sent a formal Statement of Objections to Apple concerning Apple Pay, accusing the tech giant of abusing "its dominant position in markets for mobile wallets on iOS...

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