, Apple today filed 500 pages of documents covering findings of fact and conclusions of law, which essentially summarizes the information exchanged in between Apple and Epic, presents the appropriate realities to the judge, and argues for the rational conclusions that ought to be drawn when law is used to the case. Epic internal files related to “Project Liberty” recommend that Epic has actually been plotting versus Apple and Google given that 2008. Apple states that Epic’s claim that the market is only iOS apps will fail, and that the relief that Epic seeks would be damaging for consumers and developers as it would damage the App Store.
, Apple today submitted 500 pages of documents covering findings of fact and conclusions of law, which essentially summarizes the details exchanged in between Apple and Epic, provides the relevant facts to the judge, and argues for the sensible conclusions that need to be drawn when law is applied to the case. Impressive internal files related to “Project Liberty” suggest that Epic has been outlining against Apple and Google because 2008. Apple argues that an expansion of antitrust law is unwarranted and that Epic’s product market descriptions are incorrect because of the other platforms the App Store is completing with. Apple says that Epic’s claim that the market is only iOS apps will stop working, and that the relief that Epic looks for would be damaging for customers and developers as it would weaken the App Store. At bottom, Epic is asking this Court to force alternative terms on Apple so that Epic can make more money.