Apple has issued a statement in response to the temporary order issued by the judge in the Epic vs. Apple case.
At least one developer says that Epic Games' explanation to judge Gonzalez Rogers does not stack up with its previous filings, and he might be right...
In a hearing on August 24, United States District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers gave hope to Epic's request about its Unreal Engine.
Apple's monetization policies on its App Store are under the spotlight, and Microsoft has decided to join the fight in Epic's corner.
Apple has filed an argument against Epic Games' request for a restraining order that would allow Fortnite back on the App Store.
The event will be the final one iOS can participate in before the next update. Unless Fortnite is added back to the App Store, iOS players won't be receiving updates. Here's what you need to know.
The lawsuit has been moved from San Francisco to Oakland and been reassigned to a judge presiding over similar cases against Apple.
Apple addresses Epic Games' claim that its business is being "attacked" in a statement sent to iMore.
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