Apple finds a way to delay the enforcement of the court decision for years in a dispute with Epic Games

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Apple is asking to lift a court order that would allow developers to add links in apps to non-Apple payment sites.

As you know, in September a federal court ruled in Apple’s favor on nine out of ten counts of the antitrust proceedings initiated by Epic Games. However, Apple was ordered to change the rules of the App Store so that software developers can use links to payments in applications bypassing the App Store.

Now Apple will be losing billions of dollars annually. It's all the fault of the court decision in the case against Epic Games

This decision should take effect on December 9th. However, if Apple wins a pending adjournment by a judge in November, the rule change, potentially allowing developers not to pay App Store fees of 15% to 30%, may not take effect until filed and reviewed. appeals in the case, and this process can take years.

We will remind, the company Epic Games also filed an appeal against the September court ruling, which ordered it to pay damages to Apple.

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