It's not going to change your life, get you laid
You don't know my wife...
It sounds like maybe a lot of people know your wife...
Whether Apple is actually guilty of anything or not, Amazon's tactics weren't exactly nice either. In exchange for US paying less, someone else was EARNING less. That's the only way it could possibly work. I'm pretty sure Amazon isn't dumb enough to screw themselves out of money, so the publishers and authors were the ones that took the hit.
Actually, Amazon WAS selling below costs on certain books. See, they were willing to eat the loss in order to own the market - probably setting themselves up as a monopoly - who knows? But yeah, the publishers still got the amount they wanted - it wasn't hurting the authors (at that point). http://www.portfolio.com/companies-executives/2012/04/12/amazon-lowers-ebook-prices-in-wake-of-price-fixing-lawsuit-against-rivals
"Anonymous is a handful of geniuses surrounded by a legion of idiots,"
You can probably say this about most organizations in the world.
On the other hand, the opposite is very often true as well.
"Being against torture ought to be sort of a multipartisan thing." -- Karl Lehenbauer, as amended by Jeff Daiell, a Libertarian