Apple reaches settlement with New York State AG over e-book pricing lawsuit

Will pay out up to $400 million, contingent on upcoming appeal hearing


While Apple announced that it had reached a tentative settlement with New York State regulators in June over allegations that it fixed e-books prices, it did not reveal the terms of that agreement. On July 16, however, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Apple’s agreement to pay up to $400 million to consumers who purchased e-books when the tech giant was allegedly fixing prices.

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