But the main changes are yet to come.
So far, the only way to get into the hands of Apple device users for any application is to distribute it through the App Store. The Cupertino-based company has been criticized more than once for the high commissions provided by this platform, and the antitrust authorities of many countries express dissatisfaction with the established practice. According to Reuters, the French judiciary recently handed down a verdict according to which Apple must pay a fine of one million euros for existing restrictions on access to its software ecosystem.
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According to representatives of the French judiciary, software developers are forced to put up with conditions for access to the App Store, which are far from fair. At the same time, the court decision does not order Apple to revise these conditions, since the so-called Digital Markets Act came into force on November 1 in the European Union, which from May 2 next year in any case will force Apple to open access to software developers from the European Union to the company’s ecosystem, bypassing the App Store . Similar requirements will apply to Google with its Android operating system.