Already in 2015, Sweeney proposed to Tim Cook to open a system for more stores

Long before Fortnite made billions, Tim Sweeney emailed Apple. Current emails from the court showed it. In them, Sweeney explains to Tim Cook that while the App Store has done a lot of good for business, it is not sustainable for Apple to decide for itself what a billion users will get.

He suggested distributions via the web or through approved applications. For Apple, this would mean more time to manage its store. They would combine security, preferably from open platforms. At the same time, they would avoid the problem before things become too complicated.

Complications have been going on in recent years, when Apple has had lawsuits around the world for rejecting applications or otherwise abusing its monopoly.

At the same time, the court showed how Apple rejects applications for which it does not even have rules. They won’t explain it simply if they don’t like the application canceled. The leader forbade the subordinate to explain it and commented on it as “chicken shit”

Already in 2015, Sweeney proposed to Tim Cook to open a system for more stores

At the hearing, Sweeney, when asked if he would take an offer from Apple if they gave them the benefits, said yes. Similar to Google, where they wanted to equip Fortnite free of charge on Android for the Stadium version.

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