IanKelley - 5:30 pm on May 3, 2010 (gmt 0)
An investigation and court proceedings are two different things. Apple doesn't have enough market share for anything to come of this.
Which is why...
Back in the 90's, Microsoft tried to limit competiton on just a single application
There is absolutely no comparison.
It would be a crime for the government to try to get involved in a situation like this where a company does not have a dominant market share and is not in any way restricting consumer choice (there are all kinds of iPhone alternatives).
Apple will pay for their closed philosophy without the government's help.