It seems bizarre that the FTC would investigate Apple, whose only "monopoly" is with regard to the content on the products they invent and market, on behalf of a company, Adobe, who have an actual monopoly on the software used to develop certain kinds of internet content. Sadly, so few judges have a good understanding of how computer technology works and so are likely to make rulings based on misinformation and misunderstanding.
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. This matter is a long, long way from having any judges involved. My understanding of the procedure is that complaints filed with the FTC must result in some investigation and response. This means the staff lawyers have to look over the evidence and make a recommendation to the commission. I predict that the FTC will boot this complaint to kingdom come.