Epic Games, the creator of the video game Fortnite, has hit out at Apple for saying that third-party application stores will compromise iPhone security. According to TechCrunch, Epic said in a new court filing that if Apple can enable group loading on Mac devices while also calling them safe, then it could undoubtedly do the same for iPhones. “Instead of using the storefront, Apple uses security controls powered by the operating system, as well as anotarisation, a tool that scans the programs and returns them to the developer for distribution,” according to a new report.
“The operating system used by Apple in its MacOS computers does not have the same restrictions as found in the iPhone (iOS) operating system, and Apple has publicly protected Mac,” the statement read. Apple also allows multiple payment options in the App Store for physical goods applications, “confirming that the requirement to use Apple’s in-app payment solution, IAP, for digital goods is not mass. pro-competitive football ”.
“If Epic wins, the App Store will not run. No customer will need to use any of the things Apple complains about the app store, direct downloads for app sharing, or alternative payment solution. The difference is that Apple will have to compete for its customers, ”said game maker Fortnite. Last year, a U.S. judge ruled in Epic Games v. Apple’s local court ruled Apple did not have a monopoly on the relevant product.
However, a court in California ruled that Apple could not prevent developers from incorporating links to other payment systems outside of the App Store-based storage systems. Apple has said that collecting group uploads could endanger users’ most sensitive and private information “. “Supporting team uploads through direct downloads and third-party application stores will become the privacy and security features that keep the iPhone safe, and expose users to significant security risks,” the company said. says in a book.
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