The Canadian Competition Bureau has announced they are investigating allegations that Apple Canada used anti-competitive clauses in its contracts with domestic wireless carriers.

The competition watchdog has said that no wrongdoing has been found so far and would not divulge who made the allegations. Apple has yet to comment on the accusations.

The probe is currently underway, with the bureau seeking a court order to compel Apple to turn over records and written returns of information to the inquiry.

A spokesman for the competition bureau has indicated that appropriate action will be taken if necessary. "Should evidence indicate that the Competition Act has been contravened, the Commissioner will take appropriate action," Greg Scott told Reuters.

So far, Telus has declined to comment on the allegations, while reps for Bell and Rogers were not immediately available for comment.

[Source: Reuters ]