Late Monday, a federal judge in California said that he was part of Apple Inc. Epic Games Inc. to stop AAPL. Was “willing” to propose.
By pulling its developer credentials from the App Store. Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers said that during a hearing he saw Epic’s request for damage to Epic’s games, as well as hundreds of games using Epic’s Unreal Engine software considered important in the creation of 3-D graphics. Her decision in the case is seen as a preliminary trial in a lawsuit Apple filed this month following the decision to withdraw ‘Fortnite’ from the popular App Store. Epic has claimed that the iPhone manufacturer’s operation violated antitrust rules, causing Microsoft Corp. Msft,
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And others voiced their support of Epic. In a separate filing, Epic argued Apple’s threat to block its developer account suggested that many game developers would suffer harm from using the Unreal Engine.