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How Apple’s iPhone and Apps Trap You in a Walled Garden | WSJ

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It really is beautiful inside Apple's walls.
Apple’s hardware, software and services work so harmoniously that it’s often called a “walled garden.” The idea is central to recent antitrust scrutiny and the Epic vs. Apple case. WSJ’s Joanna Stern went to a real walled garden to explain it all. Photo illustration: Adele Morgan / The Wall Street Journal

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