Epic says Apple doesn’t meet the mark to stay App Store injunction

Epic has filed its opposition to Apple’s appeal that requested a stay on changes to the App Store, claiming Apple hasn’t done enough to legally prove it will be irreparably harmed by the changes, even if they are temporary.In U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers’ September ruling in the Epic-Apple lawsuit, Apple was ordered to make changes to some App Store policies. While Apple appealed the ruling on October 8, asking for a stay on the injunction, Epic has made a filing of its own arguing against Apple’s appeal on the matter.The App Store policy changes outlined by the judge include alterations to the “anti-steering” provisions, namely rules that prevent developers from telling consumers within apps that they could pay for in-app purchases and subscriptions in other ways than through the App Store’s In-App Purchasing mechanism. Other related restrictions affect how developers communicate to app users. Read more…
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