You can now play the battle royale game Fortnite on iPhone and iPad in Apple's Safari browser as long as you're subscribed to Nvidia's GeForce NOW game service.
You can now play Fortnite on iPhone and iPad for free with just a Microsoft account via Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming over-the-air service.
Back in September, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers came to a decision regarding the lawsuit against Apple brought by Epic Games. The latter wants change when it comes to the former's digital storefront, the App Store, and, by all accounts, earned itself a pretty big win in that regard. However, the judge's ruling also included many wins for Apple, too -- but the company has decided to appeal anyway.
Earlier this month, the judge overseeing the legal action between Apple and Epic Games came to a decision. With it, it mostly ruled in Apple's favor -- with the exception of one major ruling. However, there is still room for appeals. And Epic Games is even appealing one of the decisions on its own. As a result, it's not quite as finalized as some might hope, including Apple and Epic.
Spotify has been a vocal opponent to Apple's App Store rules for years now. As such, some of the company's executives are more than happy to voice their concerns or praises as needed after major revelations are revealed. Today, for instance, a judge ruled partially against Apple, and Spotify is very happy with those specific results.
It has been a few months since the trial between Epic Games and Apple wound down. Now, the judge leading the trial has made an initial ruling. And it's a big win for Epic (and Fortnite).
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers has filed a permanent injunction against Apple, with the ruling arriving early on Friday morning. This applies some major pressure to Apple, and it's a giant setback for Apple's App Store rules moving forward.
There is a lot of attention being put on Apple's App Store these days. And Google's own option, Google Play, too, but certainly more in Apple's direction. Many people want change, including the likes of Epic Games (and Spotify and others). And some United States Senators are leaning in the same direction.
Today is the final day of the Epic Games vs. Apple antitrust trial, and it looks like the judge overseeing the case wanted to lean into Apple's chief executive a little bit.
Snapchat still remains one of the most popular apps out there, and the chief executive officer of the company at large, Snap, says the company doesn't mind paying Apple's App Store commission rate.
The Epic Games vs. Apple trial is still going, and there are still some details surfacing. Especially when it comes to Apple trying to make sure the judge does things that are helpful for its cause.
Apple and Microsoft have been around long enough that they know what a rivalry looks like. They also understand, just like Intel, what "competitive fun" looks like, too. But it looks like the rivalry between Apple and Microsoft is ramping up again.
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.