We have informed Apple of our preliminary view that it abused its dominant position in markets for mobile wallets on iOS devices.

Our preliminarily findings show that Apple may have restricted competition, to the benefit of its solution Apple Pay.

ℹ️ europa.eu/!QFBpnV


@EU_Commission I guess the issue is that Apple Pay is the only wallet that can use the Secure Enclave on the iPhone. Access for other developers would have to be heavily scrutinized since that is the key to iPhone security. Password managers are on iOS, but they don’t use the Secure Enclave. Loyalty cards are also allowed via apps.

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