The EU’s newly implemented Digital Markets Act (DMA) really is the gift that keeps on giving. That is, if you’ve always wanted Apple to be a bit more open, and less restrictive of what you can do on its mobile devices.

We’ve already mentioned how the DMA forced Apple to (begrudgingly, but still) allow third party app stores on iOS, browsers that can use their own rendering engines, and alternative payment systems for apps, but it turns out that’s not all the DMA has made Apple do. The company is also working on a way to make switching from an iPhone to an Android phone easier.


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