Apple's Tim Cook says 'threat profile' of iPhone justifies App Store rules

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Apple's Tim Cook says 'threat profile' of iPhone justifies App Store rules

Disputes lucrative nature of locked down environment.

Apple CEO Tim Cook told a court that threats to iPhone security and privacy required tight control of the App Store, which "Fortnite" game maker Epic Games says is a monopoly that Apple illegally abuses. The testimony constitutes Cook's most extensive public remarks on the App ...

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