Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters
Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters
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Apple’s App Store dealt major blow by judge in Epic antitrust case

  • US court orders tech giant to let developers steer consumers to external payment methods for mobile apps
  • Epic, maker of hit game Fortnite, told to pay damages to Apple for breach of contract

Topic |   Apple
Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters
Epic sued Apple in August 2020, after the iPhone-maker removed the Fortnite game from its App Store because the gaming company created a workaround to paying a 30 per cent fee on customers’ in-app purchases. Photo illustration: Reuters
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