iOS 17.4 open sideloading: famous third-party app store but blocked by Apple

The iOS 17.4 official release went live this week, and with this system update, it brings a total of these new features:

New emoji emoticons, improved battery health, optimized iPhone stolen device protection, and more.

However, the most eye-catching is the iOS 17.4 "sideloading" feature, which allows users to download apps from third-party stores, similar to the Android system.

With the arrival of side-loading, "Fortnite" game developer Epic Games originally planned to introduce the game store to iOS devices, while allowing the game "Fortnite" to re-enter the iOS platform, but this wish has fallen through.

On March 6, local time, Epic Games said that Apple terminated the company's developer account and the company was unable to bring its game store to iOS devices.

Epic Games said that this is a serious violation of the EU's Digital Marketplace Act, and the company will continue to work hard to get back on the iOS platform.

In response, Apple responded by saying that Epic Games was in serious breach of the Apple contract and therefore had the right to terminate its developer account.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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