Your example is true, but that is because of the lack of an alternatives in getting gas withing that city. But that is not the same with Apple and its products. There are tons of viable alternatives to Apple products so Apple can do what it wants in terms of pricing and bundling. If you don't like it, use another PC. Ferrari charges WAY more for its product and replacement parts than its competitors. Are they breaking antitrust laws? Nope. And neither is Apple.