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Apple's App Store fees are coming under increasing pressure from Spotify, Netflix, and regulators. Cutting them could lower its earnings by 10% next year. (AAPL)

Business Insider Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Apple's App Store fees are coming under increasing pressure from Spotify, Netflix, and regulators. Cutting them could lower its earnings by 10% next year. (AAPL)· Apple could lose billions of dollars in revenue and earnings if it's forced to cut the commissions it charges on sales through its app store, said analysts who cover the company.
· App-store fees charged by Apple, Google, and others like Steam have come under increasing pressure.
· Some developers have routed around them,...
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