It's been 9 months since Epic games tried to bypass Apple's in-app purchases rule on Fortnite, one of the biggest multiplayer battle royale games.
After the violation of the rule, Apple decided to ban Fortnite from the iOS store after which Epic filed a suit on the grounds of the antitrust model.
The whole trial made one thing quite clear, that apple lets an app stay till it is convenient for them.
Recently, the new updates in iOS made it harder for users to set up tile
and the next thing we know is the launch of AirTag.
Apple is very vocal about supporting iOS developers, but are they telling the truth.
During this trial, Microsoft argued along with Epic that iPhone must not be treated like something special. Launching Office on iOS with their own subscription in place of in-app purchases has been another side battle along the way.
An email from Phil Schiller, an Apple Exec, was enough to close the matter from Apple's side which said:
## "We run the store, we collect the revenue"