Apple rejects Spotify's app update, Spotify calls approval process a 'weapon'
Apple has rejected an update to Spotify’s iOS iPhone app, and Spotify is crying foul.
In a letter sent to Apple’s top lawyer on June 26 and obtained by Recode, Spotify general counsel Horacio Gutierrez said that Apple cited “business model rules” for turning down an update to its iOS app. But according to the site, Gutierrez considers the move anti-competitive, and used his letter to suggest that Apple was using its approval process to hurt competitors of Apple Music.
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“This latest episode raises serious concerns under both U.S. and