Tim Sweeney, founder of Epic Games, said on his Twitter account that Apple has decided to blacklist the company — it will stay there until trials that could last up to five years. Sweeney accused Apple of lying to the world because the corporation claimed it would take Epic Games back to the App Store with “open embrace” if she plays according to the rules set for everyone. Epics apparently gave their consent last week, but Apple went away.
Epic Games CEO says Fortnite should not be blacklisted ; for challenging Apple‘s policy that it imposes on all developers who want access to iOS. These rules were ruled illegal by the court, so Sweeney intends to continue to fight.
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