However, Gonzalez-Rogers also decided Apple could not block developers linking out to alternative payment methods from within apps, as that would constitute “anti-competitive conduct” under state law.
Alternatively, could Epic take today’s decision to allow linking out to alternative payment methods as the win it has been looking for?
Does it push back on the decision that Apple is not monopolistic, and attempt to keep its own payment system installed within the game?
After months of waiting, today brings a major development in the Epic vs. Apple court case, sparked by Fortnite’s removal from the iOS app store.
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