22 March 2021, Kathmandu
A lawsuit is being heard in a court of law over the app store’s charge for buying an app from Apple’s App Store. The lawsuit is against Epic Games over the app store’s charge for buying an app.
On Friday, Apple sent a list of witnesses who would testify in Epic Games’ litigation. Tim Cook, the company’s CEO, and “Apple Academician” Phil Schiller are among those on the list. Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, will also testify.
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As per the reports, Tim Cook will give a one-hour direct statement and accept a one-hour cross-examination. Federighi will give a two-hour statement and a one-hour cross-examination. Schiller, who is in charge of the App Store, will speak for a total of ten hours. All Apple Witnesses will testify in person in court.
According to the press release, Apple executives are eager to share their new innovations and the effect of App Stores on the global economy.
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