A US jury on Tuesday cleared Apple of abusing its dominant market position in an antitrust case over online music for the iPod. The class-action antitrust case in California federal court featured dramatic videotaped testimony recorded by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs before he died in 2011. The suit said iPod buyers between 2006 and 2009 were blocked from buying music from other vendors, advancing Apple's dominant position on music downloads. "We thank the jury for their service and we applaud their verdict," Apple said in a statement.
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