Class-Action Suit Says You’re Overpaying for Apple iCloud Storage

If you think you’re one of the millions possibly affected, you can file a form to find out about the investigation.

Digitally generated image of a data cloud server.
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Apple is at the center of a newly proposed class-action lawsuit that claims the company holds an illegal monopoly over cloud storage.

In a complaint filed in a federal court on Friday (March 1), a California law firm alleges that Apple is making it unreasonably difficult to use cloud storage systems other than its in-house iCloud service, charging what the firm calls “supracompetitive fees” and affecting tens of millions of iCloud users.

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Keerthi Vedantam

Keerthi Vedantam is a reporter covering finance, tech and science. She previously covered biotech and health at Crunchbase News and enterprise technology at Business Insider.