Apple continues to deny charges and says it will fight the “false allegations”
A US federal judge has ruled that Apple conspired with publishers to raise the price of ebooks on its iBookstore platform.
Manhattan District Judge Denise Cote went on to order a new trial to determine damages. Apple was the lone defendant in the trial after five publishers who were initially accused settled for more than $166 million combined.
An Apple spokesperson said that Apple had “done nothing wrong” and “will appeal the judge’s decision”.