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Apple’s Secret Monopoly

Its App Store has a choke hold on your devices. That may not last much longer.

YYou’ve just dropped $500 on a new iPad Air. You can’t wait to sign up for Netflix and watch Black Mirror on its dazzling Retina display. So you download the app from the iOS App Store, open it up, and… you’re greeted with what looks like an error message.




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