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Apple won’t be incorporating more payment options into its App Store… this year

However, the explanation for these appeals can also be found economically, Bloomberg said Analytics He explained that if this measure is implemented, the company could incur losses in the range of $1,000 to $4,000 million depending on how many developers take advantage of the measure.

Initially, Apple described the adjudication of the case against Epic as a “resounding victory”, as the company was not found to be a monopoly, under California laws; However, he soon realized that it would affect one of his major businesses.

On the other hand, Epic also decided to appeal the case, because it failed to achieve its main objective in the case: to make Apple considered a monopoly. In addition, the case also imposed a fine of 30% on all revenue that the company collected through its external payment system while it was still working on Apple devices.

While Apple has made significant progress in this case, it’s important to note that the company will need to remain bound by its agreement with the Japan Fair Trade Commission, through which developers can connect their customers to their own payment sites. systems.

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