Apple has asked the judge in the Epic Games trial to pass a partial judgment on one aspect of the case, Epic's claim that Apple has unlawfully denied Epic access to iOS.
Judge Gonzalez Rogers seems to be warming to the idea that apps should be able to tell users about payment options outside of the App Store.
The Epic Games v. Apple court shenanigans somehow managed to involve debating whether a banana should wear clothes.
Apple has told the court in the Epic Games trial that less than 1% of developers appeal decisions by Apple to reject apps, and that these appeals are "usually" upheld.
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