Netherlands

Apple Agrees to Let Dutch Dating Apps Use Third-Party Payments

Apple is now fully compliant with a Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets (AMC) ruling requiring it to allow dating apps in the Netherlands to use third-party payment methods, the antitrust regulator said in a statement on Saturday (via Reuters). The conflict had been a 50 million euros ($52.58 million USD)-sized thorn in Apple's side...

Apple Complies with Ruling to Allow Other Payment Options in the Netherlands

Apple announced late last week dating apps in the Netherlands will be able to directly offer third-party payment options to their users. The move represents compliance with a December order from the country's Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM), which determined Apple was violating competition laws by binding dating app developers, including Tinder owner Match...

Apple to Build New European Data Center in Netherlands [Report]

According to a report from iPhoneClub.nl (via AppleInsider), Apple is planning to build a new European data center in the Netherlands. It is believed that Apple’s new state-of-the-art data center is planned for construction at a site near other tech titans in the Dutch seaport of Eemshaven. The project, code named “Saturn", could bring as many as 200 new...