Dutch Consumers and Markets Authority (ACM) Because dating app doesn’t allow developers to use 3rd party payment methods Appleon a weekly basis 5 million euro fine that he gave to you last January we transferred.
Following this development, Apple will take a 27 percent commission from in-app purchases made from 3rd party payment systems in the Netherlands in February. had announced. 5 million euro fine to week 9 Reaching Apple, in total 45 million euros has been punished.
According to the new information we come across today, Apple has informed the Dutch Consumers and Markets Authority (ACM) regarding the issue. new in offers found. According to the statements made by AMC, new offers made by Apple will be examined with all the details.
New offerings made by Apple subject matter experts and market participants with will evaluate ACM aims to reach a decision in a short time. Let’s add that no information is shared about the content of the offers made by ACM and Apple.
Although there is no information about the details yet, the new offers made by Apple application of your store payment rules We can say that it is related to These new offerings could be an important step towards resolving issues between Apple and the Dutch Consumers and Markets Authority.
Let’s also remind that Apple has had problems with 3rd party payments for a long time. about 2 years ago The 3rd party payment system war started with Fortnite’s developer Epic Gamescontinues to grow day by day. We will continue to convey all the details about the 3rd party payment problem, which started with the Fortnite game and then spread to dating applications in the Netherlands.