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Could Apple yield to antitrust concerns over its app empire?

Bloomberg reports that Apple is considering adding the ability for users to change the default browser, email and music apps on iOS, as well as allowing third-party music apps to work with its HomePod speaker.

The move would be a proactive step in the face of increased regulatory scrutiny, with authorities looking into whether Apple has given an unfair advantage to its own products and services. Last year, Spotify sued Apple on similar anti-competitive grounds.

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