First of all, who do you mean by "we" exactly. I don't let Apple "get away" with anything because, well, how the heck could I stop them. I don't buy their stuff anymore, but that's not exactly going to bother them that much.
Second of all - Microsoft was a big bad bogeyman mostly because they had the corporate desktop market and the home personal computer market under their thumbs. That made for a lot of people who were worried about Microsoft's actions and eventually led to an anti-trust suit. Apple, OTOH, is generally a consumer electronics company at this point and their control affects people the same way that Sony's control over the Playstation or Nintendo's control over the Wii affects them. Sure there are some companies affected - mostly software development companies and media conglomerates - but there aren't the large financial institutions, military, industrial and other companies who were concerned about Microsoft's monopoly practices. As long as Apple sticks to the consumer electronics market and doesn't make their products mission critical to companies with more money, clout and leverage than they have, they'll be fine. Apple's big misstep could come if they start looking like they could become a monopoly over media distribution - if they overstep in that direction the media companies will come down on them like a ton of bricks because they won't want Apple to have so much control over their business. As long as they don't go that far, they'll be fine.
I fully expect Google to get smacked down long before Apple does. Google is becoming far too important to far too many parts of the economy, and there's going to be a lot of corporate pressure to keep Google in check over the next decade.