Apple will facing additional antitrust charges from the European Commission in the coming weeks, according to a Monday report from Reuters. This is said to come due to a music streaming investigation triggered by a complaint from Spotify.
The extra charges come a year after the EU accused Apple of breaching competition law in the music streaming market through restrictive App Store rules.
At the time, the EU's accusation outlined concerns from a 2019 complaint made by Spotify regarding Apple's policy for managing in-app payments. The complaint addressed how Apple charges Spotify and other subscription-based companies a 30% fee for in-app purchases, which, Spotify argued, was stifling competition for companies that compete with Apple Music.
The commission now intends to set out extra antitrust charges in a supplementary statement of objections, according to Reuters, something that's normally issued when an EU competition enforcer has changed a portion of its case or found new evidence.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.