When developer Epic Games gave Fortnite players the opportunity to save a few dollars by making payments through its own platform instead of Apple’s, the game was booted out of the App Store. Apple’s regulations, which Epic agreed to, allow to kick out games and developers that try to bypass Apple’s 30% cut of in-app payments by offering their own payment system. In court, Epic tried to portray Apple as a monopoly and Apple practically said that Epic owed it a debt of gratitude for the amount of time and money it spent promoting Fortnite. The bottom line is that while Fortnite is no longer … Read more
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