NEW YORK — Apple won’t have to pay damages in an antitrust trial involving iTunes and the iPod, a jury ruled.
The class action suit, brought in the Northern District of California, has been in court for ten years.
“We created iPod and iTunes to give our customers the world’s best way to listen to music,” said an Apple spokeswoman. “Every time we’ve updated those products, and every Apple product over the years, we’ve done it to make the user experience better.”
Apple was accused of anti-competitive practices.
“We thank the jury for their service and we applaud their verdict,” the spokeswoman added