Right now, Apple is knee deep in an antitrust case against Epic Games, with the results potentially changing Apple's digital storefront forever. But, Apple's taking today to promote how the App Store helps keep users safe.
Another bit of information has been revealed thanks to the ongoing antitrust battle between Epic Games and Apple. This time around, it's an info dump regarding the number of apps submitted --and rejected-- to Apple's App Store.
The first week of the Epic Games vs. Apple antitrust case is wrapping up, and Apple is going out swinging. The company is trying to get one of Epic Games' expert witness' testimony stricken from the record.
Apple bills the App Store as a refuge from a potential Wild West situation, praising the digital storefront's security and curated content. However, the years have not been necessarily kind in the latter's regard.
As the Epic Games vs. Apple antitrust case charges ahead, we've learned another juicy detail about Apple's business practice.
In its fight to try and get xCloud on iOS and iPadOS, it turns out Microsoft led to an entirely different company's app getting removed from the App Store.
The hits just keep on coming. This time around it shows just how long Epic Games has been trying to get Apple to change its rules for the App Store. And it turns out it dates back to 2015.
Epic Games vs. Apple is going full-steam ahead. As such, even more details are being revealed. Today, it's Epic Games' CEO, Tim Sweeney, testifying and being cross-examined.
The end result of the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple will fundamentally change a lot. But, before we get there, submitted documentation is here to give us a lot of juicy details.
Right now, Apple and Epic Games are starting their trial of the ages. And yet, outside of that trial, a juicy detail has been discovered.
With the start of Epic Games vs. Apple, a public conference call was opened up. This allowed for anyone interested to call into the proceedings and, essentially, let out their grievances (or aspirations!) in a public forum. As one might expect, chaos ensued.
On Monday, May 3, 2021, the bench trial between Apple and Epic Games will kick off. Finally. And now we know the witness list for both companies ahead of the start date.