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Apple is Feeling the Heat to grant users the right to Switch out the iPhone's Default Apps for Rival Alternatives

Over the past 8 or 9 months Patently Apple has posted a dozen or more reports on Apple being in the crosshairs of the U.S. Justice department, Government officials related to Antitrust matters, the EU Commission and even the Russian Government. Apple is certainly under the microscope and with Russia demanding that alternative software be installed on all iPhones in Russia by June, Apple is finally getting the news out that they’re considering opening up that avenue in the future.

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