Apple says its control over the App Store promises security and reliability for users. Epic says it stifles competition.
Apple's head of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says malware on Macs has hit "unacceptable" levels.
Apple executive Phil Schiller defends the company's App Store policies treating games differently than movies.
Epic says Apple's business model is anti-competitive. Apple says Epic just doesn't want to pay fees.
Epic Games transformed the video game industry with Fortnite. Now it wants to upend Apple's iPhone too. On Monday, the two companies will face off in court.
One of tech's biggest antitrust trials is about to begin; here's what to expect.
You no longer need an Xbox Live Gold membership to jump into free-to-play games like Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Warzone and Fortnite.
Documents included in Epic's court filings last week show that the iPhone and iPad represented 7% of Fortnite revenues.
Apple battles Epic over app store rules, LG bows out of the phone business, young women speak up about the harassment they've faced, and more.
In dueling court filings, Apple details Epic's "Project Liberty" media strategy, while Epic argues the App Store forces up prices.
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The iPhone maker expects to call nearly a dozen people from its organization in the high profile trial, due to start May 3.