Pressure is mounting on Apple over subscription charges it plans to levy on some mobile content.
The company wants a 30% cut of payments for newspapers and other publications downloaded to its devices.
Anti-trust regulators in the US and Europe are reportedly poised to investigate the new pricing model.
Apple has defended the changes to its terms of business, saying the system is good for customers and will give publishers new opportunities.
Under Apple’s plans, companies wanting to distribute their content to iOS devices – including the iPhone and iPad – would have to offer users the option of subscribing directly from their app.
One third of the selling price would then go to Apple.
Read More/Source: BBC News