EU regulators have an eagle eye trained on Apple's iDevice distribution antics across the European continent, a new report from Reuters asserts.
EU antitrust regulators are exploring whether or not Apple is responsible for any possible anti-competitive efforts related to the distribution iPhones and iPads. As of this writing, however, it isn't clear what Apple is specifically being accused of doing.
Sources close to the matter say European regulators have received a host of "informal complaints" from more than a few telecoms operators.
The complaints to the European Commission underscore the broader battle between the telecoms industry and content providers, such as Apple and Google, which provide new digital services that run over telecoms systems.