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“Because Apple and Google are in the same market, Google cannot have monopoly power.”

That seems straightforward enough — if jurors decide that Apple vs. Google is the relevant market. Google’s attorney suggests that because Apple has 64 percent of app store revenues, period, Google is too small to have monopoly power.

Now, he’s attempting to say that app stores are critical to phone buyers to the point that Apple competes with Google on that level:

“They take it home, they turn it on, it’s got a lousy app store on it... you don’t need a PhD in economics to know what’s going to happen next... they’re going to buy another phone.”