Apple and Epic have long been buttons against each other. Epic sees the App Store restrictions and 30 percent “Apple tax” as an unfair restriction of competition. In Apple’s view, this is normal practice in the industry.
Add water to the mill offers South Korea’s new legislation to force Google and Apple to provide alternative payment methods in their in-app stores. Until now, in-app purchases have always had to go through the hands of Google and Apple.
Now, Epic is demanding that Apple restore the developer account it previously shelved so the gamer can re-release the iOS version of the Fortnite shooter hat in South Korea. Epic invokes new legislation, which, however, has not yet entered into force.
Apple is not going to respond to Epic’s call. The developer account will remain suspended until the company is ready to play in the App Store with the same rules as all others and to accept the policies set by Apple for app store content.
Source: Tivi by www.tivi.fi.
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