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You’re missing the point: Apple seems to be abusing its power as a platform to unfairly charge content based providers with 30% tax while not applying it to themself. On Amazon, it would be comparable to charging you 15% while not charging themselves the same on their Amazon Basic products.

Where do you think the 15% that they (hypothetically) charge themselves for Amazon Basic products would go? Somewhere other than to Amazon?

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