Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Apple will not appeal European Union's iPadOS decision

Earlier this week, the European Commission added the Apple iPadOS platform and iPad to those that must comply with the Digital Markets Act. According to information provided by sources, the Cupertino-based company will not object to this decision and will allow third-party application stores on iPadOS.

Apple did not share a clear date for this. However, the company has a period of six months for this. This period will end on October 28. Therefore, it can be said that the company does not need to act too hastily.

Apple will adapt the changes it made for iOS to the iPadOS platform

A while ago, Apple made it possible for iOS users to access third-party application stores in European Union member states. Therefore, it should not be surprising that the company made a similar decision for iPadOS. It wouldn't be too difficult for Apple to adapt the changes it made for iOS to iPadOS.

The company once again highlighted third-party app support and the Core Technology Fee, which is based on how many times an app is first installed in a year. According to Apple, if a user installs the same app on their iPhone and iPad within the same year, it will be counted as a single install.

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