If the firm is found guilty, Millions of pounds will be paid to customers as compensation!
APPLE is facing trial accused of fixing the prices of e-books.
It could lead to millions of pounds in compensation for customers and huge fines if the firm is found guilty.
The iPad maker is accused of colluding with five publishers in 2009 — because it did not want to compete with the low prices at Amazon.
Quotes in the official biography of late Apple boss Steve Jobs have been cited as evidence.
The three-week, non-jury trial began yesterday in New York.
All the publishers have settled cases already — paying millions to customers.
Court papers filed by the US government say: “Apple knew the major publishers disliked Amazon’s low prices and saw Apple’s potential entry as a pathway to higher prices industry-wide.”