I cam across an editorial I'd like to share. I think he's wrong on several points, but it's still an interesting read. Here is an excerpt:
If Apple were to bundle the iBooks store as a built-in app, and it absolutely dominated the iPad e-book market as a result of that, Apple could potentially be accused of a similar abuse of power that Microsoft was accused of in the 1990s, when it got in trouble for bundling Internet Explorer as the default Web browser for Microsoft Windows. (Microsoft eventually settled, and still bundles IE with most copies of Windows, but it was a huge mess.)
The problem with his argument is obvious. Apple dominates the iPod music market, and there's no talk of anti trust. Why would the iPad be any different?