Apple is preparing to make apps available store alternatives on iPhone and iPad

Bloomberg news agency quoted informed sources as saying Apple is preparing to provide alternative app stores on its iPhone and iPad devices in the European Union next year to comply with a new European competition law.

According to the report, the changes will include the ability for customers to finally install the software on iPhone and iPad without using the company’s App Store.

However, Apple has not decided whether it will comply with other provisions of the law, including the authorization of alternative payment systems for its payment systems.

Allowing the company’s payment tool to bypass the billions of dollars in revenue it collects by imposing a 30% commission on purchases from its App Store could do the trick.

Apple did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

The report states that employees in the engineering sector of the software and Apple’s services are making great efforts to prepare the major systems of Apple platforms a tale change.

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