Apple claims to have “abused” a secure computer by the iPhone maker, abusing the power of Fortnight maker Epic Games. But Tim Sweeney, the CEO of the developer of the popular shooting game, disagrees. He argued in a U.S. court on Monday that Apple has a “core platform” with the iOS operating system and App Store, of which companies like Epic are highly dependent. According to him, it is unlikely that Apple will use this strong position to make significant profits.
On Monday, a trial began in the United States, and it has been weeks. The epic accuses Apple of abusing its position of authority by requiring apps to use Apple’s payment system and hand over 30 percent of revenue. According to experts, this is one of the most important cases in the American technology world over the years. This is because the revenue model of big tech companies like Apple and Google is under discussion here.