Opera: new DMA rules a chance “to put pressure” on Apple to open up for all

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It looks like Apple‘s enclosed ecosystem is slowly opening up—in the EU, at least. On January 25th, 2024, the Big Tech giant revealed changes to its App Store and business model given new requirements under the Digital Market Act (DMA) due to come into force in March.

Apple’s announcement was met with controversies, though. Many commentators, including Meta’s founder Mark Zuckerberg and music app behemoth Spotify, deemed it as a farce. According to VPN service provider Proton VPN, “Apple is trying to profit off the DMA.” Echoing such concerns, web browser Mozilla sees this as “another example of Apple creating barriers to prevent true browser competition on iOS.”





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Opera: new DMA rules a chance “to put pressure” on Apple to open up for all

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