SAN FRANCISCO– A federal appeals court has actually revived a suit implicating Apple of having an unlawful monopoly on the sale of iPhone apps.The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stated Thursday the plaintiffs can sue Apple because they bought apps directly from the business. Apple had argued that it did not offer apps, however rather functioned as an intermediary used by the app developers.The judgment overturned a lower court choice dismissing the lawsuit.An email to Apple was not right away returned.The suit states Apple only allows developers to sell iPhone apps through its App Shop. The lawsuit states Apple gets 30 percent
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