US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has certified a class-action lawsuit she previously wouldn’t, which alleged Apple’s outside purchase ban for iOS apps was monopolistic, reported Reuters yesterday.
Her change of heart came after the class was restricted to those with Apple accounts who’d spend at least $10 through the App Store. If Gonzalez Rogers sounds familiar, that’s because she presided over the Epic case that Apple can’t seem to shake.
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