Represented by Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz, a would-be class of consumers claimed that Apple corners the market for iPhone apps and thus enjoys monopoly pricing. Apple charges developers a 30 percent fee for the apps they sell, forcing consumers to fork over much more than they would in a free market, the plaintiffs alleged.
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