Apple vs. Epic judge rules Apple must allow developers to direct users to other payment systems

By | September 12, 2021


The court dealt a major blow to Apple in its ongoing battle against Epic Games this week. US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued a permanent injunction against Apple on Friday, prohibiting the company from forcing developers to use its in-app payment system. Going forward, developers will be allowed to direct users to third-party payment platforms and contact users outside of the app with the information obtained through account registration. The order takes effect on December 9th.

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