Meta and Microsoft accuse Apple of not following the court order

Meta and Microsoft accuse Apple of not following the court order

In 2021, courts blocked a company founded by Steve Jobs from preventing developers from putting jobs in apps

Meta, Microsoft, and Match Group, and to create functionality that directs users to purchase outside of their apps. is reading complete Indictment (PDF – 312 KB, in English).

The companies claim that even by following the rules imposed by Apple, the presented issue has not been resolved. In arguing against Apple's action, the companies claim that “It neither satisfies the express requirements of the injunction nor furthers its objectives.”

“Apple's new restrictions are clearly designed to offer alternatives to in-app purchasing [compra dentro de aplicativos] “Apple's regime is unwieldy for developers, inaccessible, and unattractive to consumers, thereby circumventing the spirit and essential objectives of the injunction.” The companies said in a document filed with the District Court of California.

They also criticized the fees of up to 27% that Apple charges on transactions.

In 2021, Epic Games introduced Judicial procedures Against Google and Apple. The creator of Fortnite said that there is an abuse of power by Apple and Google in the conditions imposed on their stores for selling applications and digital content.

At that time, Apple won the lawsuit. Epic Games appealed the order to the US Supreme Court, which rejected the appeal.

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