Apple Appeals Epic Games Ruling Over 'Anti-Steering' Provisions to U.S. Supreme Court
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Just a day after Epic Games appealed one portion of its legal dispute with Apple to the U.S. Supreme Court, Apple has now done the same for the portion that was ruled in Epic's favor, reports Bloomberg. The dispute between Apple and Epic dates back to 2020 with Epic seeking to overturn Apple's App Store rules requiring content purchases within iOS apps to go through Apple, which takes a 15% to 30% cut of the revenue. In multiple rounds of the dispute, Apple has won on every count with...

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