The popular meme says “there’s an app for that,” but there may not be one for Apple Inc. as it searches for a win at the U.S. Supreme Court to shut down an antitrust lawsuit brought by iPhone consumers.

The consumer class action contends Apple’s “wholly-owned, monopoly app store” overcharges for apps and distorts the market at the supply chain and at the retail chain.

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