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Apple Refuses to Reinstate Fortnite Back on the App Store Until Final Court Order

Apple Refuses to Reinstate Fortnite Back on the App Store Until Final Court Order

Earlier this month, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers passed an injunction stating Apple must allow other payment systems on the App Store in the Apple v. Epic trial. Despite this major blow, the judge sided with Apple in all other points and found Epic Games guilty of breaching its contract with the company. The judge left it up to Apple whether it wanted to reinstate Epic’s App Store account or not and let Fortnite back on the App Store.

Apple vs. Epic: Judge Rules Apple Must Allows Devs to Use Other Payment Options for IAPs

Apple vs. Epic: Judge Rules Apple Must Allows Devs to Use Other Payment Options for IAPs

Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers issued a permanent injunction against Apple in the ongoing Epic vs. Apple lawsuit. The conclusion of this long-drawn legal proceeding has dealt a major blow to Apple’s App Store model.

Apple Features Fortnite’s Rival PUBG Mobile on App Store

Apple Features Fortnite’s Rival PUBG Mobile on App Store

After Epic Games violated App Store policies by introducing a direct payment service in Fortnite, Apple had not only removed the game from its app distribution platform but it also warned the game developer that it will Terminate its App Store developer account by August 28th if the game developer doesn’t fix the violations.

Apple Ready to Welcome Fortnite Back on the App Store

Apple Ready to Welcome Fortnite Back on the App Store

Epic Games had filed for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Apple to prevent the Cupertino-based tech giant from terminating the game maker’s developer account and reinstating Fortnite on the App Store for iOS. After the hearing in court about the motion of TRO, Judge Gonzalez Rogers had sided with Apple, putting Epic Games in a tricky position. But Apple is now ready to ‘Welcome Fortnite Back Onto iOS,’ according to the company’s latest statement.

Epic Games vs. Apple Lawsuit Reassigned to a New Judge

Epic Games vs. Apple Lawsuit Reassigned to a New Judge

As you might already know, Apple has removed Fortnite from the App Store for iOS as Epic Games introduced a direct payment service for in-app purchases in the game, violating App Store policies. In retaliation, Epic Games filed a lawsuit against Apple in California. The lawsuit was assigned to Judge Edward Chen of San Francisco Courthouse. However, a new report has just come in, revealing that the Epic v. Apple lawsuit has been reassigned to a new judge.

Fortnite for iOS Finally Supports MFi Controllers

Fortnite for iOS Finally Supports MFi Controllers

Playing Fortnite Battle Royale on the iPhone or iPad is fun enough thanks to the onscreen controls, but it could be better.

Fortnite is Estimated to Have Made $2.4 Billion in 2018

Fortnite is Estimated to Have Made $2.4 Billion in 2018

Have you heard of this thing called Fortnite? It sure does seem pretty popular!

Epic Celebrating ’14 Days of Fortnite’ With Daily Festivities, Events, Weapons, and More

Epic Celebrating ’14 Days of Fortnite’ With Daily Festivities, Events, Weapons, and More

The holiday season is in full swing, and Epic is helping to celebrate within the Fortnite universe.

Epic ‘Messed Up’ and Now the Infinity Blade is no Longer in Fortnite

Epic ‘Messed Up’ and Now the Infinity Blade is no Longer in Fortnite

It’s been a busy week for Epic, but it turns out that if you were a fan of the Infinity Blade’s presence within Fortnite Battle Royale, it’s not all good news.

Epic Games Will Launch a Game Store for PC and Mac in 2019

Epic Games Will Launch a Game Store for PC and Mac in 2019

After successfully launching Fortnite for Android via its own digital storefront, Epic Games has now announced plans of launching its own game store for PC and Mac. The Epic Games Store will be a digital storefront for games available on PC and Mac. Initially, it will launch with a “hand-curated set of games” before opening up to other games and even open platforms like Android throughout 2019.