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First Spotify (probably not first, but earlier), then Epic, and now Facebook, complain about Apple’s «Dominant Position». Others are sure to join the clamor. They want to force Apple to do their bidding, i.e. not denying them anything, by weaponizing antitrust investigations against Apple. However, Apple’s «Dominant Position» is around 15% of the global smartphone market. Beware codewords like that. https://www.statista.com/statistics/271496/global-market-share-held-by-smartphone-vendors-since-4th-quarter-2009/
Mr Østvang was even more lucky than Appleinsider reports. He was actually visiting with friends, staying overnight. He then went to the bathroom in the middle of the night, suffered a fall, hit his head and lost consciousness. His Apple watch triggered the emergency services call after one minute. Mr Østvang, being knocked out, didn't respond when the emergency service tried to talk to him on the phone. The police then called his home, where his wife answered. She told the police at which address, in another town, her husband was staying with friends. Police arrived at that house and woke up the other residents, and so Mr Østvang was found and brought to the hospital.