Apple has won another victory in its legal battle with Epic Games, this time after the Fortnite developer had appealed over a previous decision relating to antitrust claims.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney has once again stated that Congress should force Apple to change App Store rules. Here are all the details on this.
Apple says that it will not let Fortnite back onto the App Store until the court verdict is final. Here are all the details on this.
Apple has requested an early motion to put part of the Epic legal farce to bed. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Apple is trolling Epic Games by saying that it doesn't have former iOS Chief, Scott Forstall's phone number. Here are the details.
Apple and Epic have agreed that they don't need a jury trail over Fortnite spat. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Apple has countersued Epic Games over its ongoing Fortnite spat that saw the game being removed from the App Store. Here are the details.
Microsoft is now backing Epic Games in its App Store battle with Apple. Here's what you need to know about this development.
Although the iOS App Store is overflowing with apps for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, the Mac equivalent doesn't have nearly as many apps living within it, meaning OS X users have significantly less choice when it comes to extending the functionality of their machines. With that said, I tend to find that my personal taste of OS X apps come in two forms, either extremely simple creations or apps that actually go all out and provide fantastic functionality that makes my life a lot easier. An example of the former is Live Wallpaper that offers dynamic backgrounds and an example of the latter is Xcode or Pixelmator that offer grunt and power.