In an effort to force Apple to compete with other app stores, the EU has proposed legislation.
The legislation, known as the Digital Services Act, will not have the same impacts on Apple.
EU will force Apple to compete with other app stores.
Apple may have to allow other app stores to compete with its iPhone App Store.
The DMA requires platforms to be open and interoperable.
The EU will set tiers for companies to follow, and it will give them a six-month window to comply.
In the meantime, it is unclear what changes Apple might be forced to make, or how this may affect its business.
EU regulators want to restrict the power of tech giants by forcing them to open.
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