But aye, there’s the rub. Apple doesn’t allow developers to use other in-app payment platforms to be used with the App Store. So when the Fortnite app gave players an option to pay via the App Store for 1,000 V-bucks priced at $9.99, or pay $7.99 for the same purchase using Epic’s direct payment platform (a 20% discount), alarm bells rang at Apple headquarters. Apple kicked Fortnite and Epic out of the App Store.
A lawsuit resulted in a mixed decision by the judge and Apple appealed the ruling. We now await the results of the appeal and there is talk of this case going all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. But in the meantime, Apple is being forced to allow sideloading in the EU thanks to the Digital Markets Act (DMA). That means that in Europe, iPhone users will be able to install apps on their iPhones that are sourced from third-party app stores. As a result, iPhone users will be allowed to install Fortnite on their handsets.
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