Apple Fortnite App Store Ban
Epic Games has released a parody video mocking Apple after they banned the company’s hit game “Fortnite” from its App Store due to them offering players a discount on in-game purchases if they opted to make a direct payment rather than buy their digital offerings through iOS. Why? Well, Apple charges developers 30% for purchases made through the App Store, and 15% after the first year of subscriptions. Read more to watch the parody and for additional information.



This removal came abruptly because apparently Epic Games introduced the feature without Apple’s approval and did so “with the express intent of violating the App Store guidelines regarding in-app payments,” according to the iPhone maker. On the bright side, Apple is continuing to make every effort to work with Epic to resolve these violations so ‘Fortnite’ can return to the App Store.

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