Apple Slammed With Suits Over iPhone Restrictions

Law360, New York (October 11, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- iPhone purchasers are looking to take a bite out of Apple Inc. with two purported class action lawsuits which claim the technology giant is breaking antitrust laws by blocking the use of other programs or networks on the phones.

Two lawsuits were filed on Oct. 5 which accuse the technology giant of illegally obstructing users from downloading third-party applications or using cellular networks other than AT&T. The suits, which accuse Apple of illegally tying its services to monopolize applications for the iPhone, were filed separately in...
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