“Banning the game is way too extreme, since Fortnite has a huge fan base in Indonesia.”
As part of the trial against Epic Games, Apple released emails that show that 128 million users, of which 18 million were in the U.S., downloaded apps containing malware known as XCodeGhost from the App Store.
Selling video game consoles at a loss is normal, but eventually they're supposed to make money. Not for Microsoft, apparently.
Epic Games had shared the stage with Apple on a number of occasions, but apparently that didn't register with Apple's leader.
The company infamously dragged their feet on enabling cross-play for PlayStation owners in 2018. Now, we better understand why.
He said, "Hey broski, you got some heals and a shield pot. I need healing and I am only at one HP."
Did Epic's #freefortnite ad flop, or did they mean it for a different audience than the average Fortnite player?
“Existing iOS users are doomed to obsolescence within weeks," said the developer.
After Apple took 'Fortnite' down from the App Store, the developer filed a lawsuit in retaliation.