Epic says its EU iOS App Store is approved, but Apple wants changes

The Epic Games Store app for EU iPhones has passed Apple's notarization process, bringing the alternative app store one step closer to selling apps directly to iOS users outside of the App Store. AppleInsider According to the report, although Apple has confirmed that the app passed, it has asked Epic to “fix the buttons” for future submissions to the company's app review process.

But Epic CEO Tim Sweeney posted that the approval is only “temporary,” which puts Apple's request in a different light. He says the company is “demanding that we change the button in the next version,” and vowed that the company will “fight it.” Apparently the conditional approval is the latest part of a back-and-forth saga between Apple and Epic. Earlier, Apple reinstated Epic Games Sweden's European developer license after EU regulators launched an investigation into its decision to withdraw it.

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