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US DOJ reportedly questions third-party app makers as part of its Apple antitrust probe

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<p>The United States Justice Department has reportedly reached out to top app developers as it investigates Apple over potential anticompetitive behavior. Reuters reports that a “handful” of app developers have been contacted by the DOJ as part of this investigation.</p>
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