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Apple Agrees to Testify Before US Senate on App Store Antitrust Concerns

A senior Apple Inc executive has agreed to testify before the US Senate on competition issues associated with cellular program shops, days following panel leaders criticized the firm for refusing to look.

The company stated in a letter delivered to senators which Chief Compliance Officer Kyle Andeer is going to be available to testify in an April 21 hearing held by a part of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

App manufacturers have complained that compulsory earnings sharing obligations and rigorous addition guidelines set by Apple’s App Store to get iPhones and iPads, together with Google’s Playshop for Android devices, amount to anti-competitive behavior.

The set is pioneers of the Senate Judiciary panel’s subcommittee on competition policy and antitrust.

Google has agreed to testify in the hearing, based on Klobuchar’s spokeswoman.

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