Apple is still competing with Russia Suspected of abusing the App Store. Both 9to5Mac with Broadcast time According to the report, Apple is requesting a judicial review of the August Federal Antimonopoly Service’s warning, which allows developers to mention alternatives to the App Store in-app payment system. FAS asked Apple to change its policy before September 30, but the company refused to change its rules despite the threat of fines.
The opposition is similar to Apple’s legal battle in the United States. The judge who filed a lawsuit against Apple by Epic Ordered a technology company Let App Store developers point to other payment systems, but Apple Appeal the injunction Hope to delay.The court Rejected Apple’s request, The company will let app makers point out other options before December 9.Apple will let Exceptions to its policy For some media applications in 2022.
Boycotts like the United States and Russia are not surprising.Most of Apple’s revenue still comes from hardware sales, but its Service business is growing. Simpler third-party alternatives could theoretically hurt App Store revenue, not to mention increasing the chances of rogue apps directing users to malicious sites. However, iPhone manufacturers may not have many options. Regulators worry that Apple’s approach will stifle choice and competition, and they are unlikely to let things slip.
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