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Judge says that Apple will not be getting an extension and has until December 9 to allow external payments on the App Store. Here are the details on this.

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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.

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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.

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Apple has said that Epic wants it to be more like Android, but it refuses to be so. Here are all the details on this.

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Apple is trolling Epic Games by saying that it doesn’t have former iOS Chief, Scott Forstall’s phone number. Here are the details.

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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.

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A judge has told Epic Games that its in-app purchase bypass for Fortnite on the App Store was ‘not honest’ in case against Apple. Here are the details.

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Apple has countersued Epic Games over its ongoing Fortnite spat that saw the game being removed from the App Store. Here are the details.

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Microsoft is now backing Epic Games in its App Store battle with Apple. Here’s what you need to know about this development.

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Apple has taken yet another swipe at Epic saying the company’s CEO wants special App Store treatment. Here are the details.

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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.

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