Amazon revealed a new cloud gaming platform called Luna. It will initially be available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, and iPhone and iPad, with an Android version arriving later.
In a latest opposition filing, Apple said that “Epic started a fire, and poured gasoline on it, and now asks this Court for emergency assistance in putting it out.”
Today Apple is launching iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 globally. Now developers can submit apps for review, developed with Xcode 12 and iOS 14 SDK. Soon, this will become the only option.
Apple announced changes to its App Store Guidelines. Cloud gaming services like Microsoft xCloud, Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now can now technically exist on iOS. However, there’s a catch.
Facebook told the European Commission that Apple enforces policies that privilege its own services and revenue streams to the detriment of others across its ecosystem.
The ink was still wet on the preliminary injunction Epic filed to “stop Apple from retaliating,” when Apple responded by filing its own claims.
Epic has filed another preliminary injunction to “stop Apple from retaliating.” The company behind the battle roayle hit wants Apple to restore Fortnite and Epic’s related account in Apple’s Developer Program.
Anton Gorelkin, member of Russia’s State Duma Committee on Information Policy, asked Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation to look into yet another policy of Apple’s App Store. According to Gorelkin, he received multiple complaints…
Apple has come under fire in Japan. Dozens of local developers have criticized the App Store’s policies. Now the tech giant will be investigated by Japan’s antitrust regulator. Surprisingly, it’s not about Apple’s 30% commission.