Apple refused to return to Fortnite, despite Epic promising to abide by the new rules.
- Epic has asked Apple to bring Fortnite back into the App Store.
- However, he wanted to do so under the new rules.
- Apple refused the request. At the same time, he will not reevaluate him until the final conclusion of the trial.
Fortnite for mobile probably won’t be coming back to iPhone and iPad soon. Apple rejected Epic Games’ latest request, adding that it will not reconsider it until the court’s decision is final. How do inform The Guardian website, can take it in peace too several years.
Epic chief Tim Sweeney has approached Apple to allow Fortnite to return to its App Store. Apple’s request and response published Through your Twitter account. Apple confirmed the correctness of the response in a statement to The Guardian, but did not comment otherwise.
Epic wanted to implement the new rules
In an email, Tim Sweeney promised that his company would indeed comply with the rules of the app business. Bought by Apple According to a court order It will allow developers to refer users to external payment methods. It is important to add, however, that the regulation is unlikely to come into effect, as Epic will do He plans to appeal against her.
According to the Epic chief, the only subject of ongoing litigation will only be alternative software stores that Apple doesn’t want to allow on its iOS platform.
Apple refused the request. He logically appealed the court’s decision that the withdrawal of Fortnite from the App Store was after the infringement at full capacity. Apple also noted that Tim Sweeney refused to back down and remove third-party payment services from Fortnite.
In addition, as mentioned, Apple refused to reconsider such complaints until the court made a final ruling on the matter and neither party had the opportunity to appeal. According to the head of Epic, the process could “take up to 5 years”.
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