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Apple has submitted its final filing in the ongoing Apple v. Epic legal battle, which is playing out in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Both Apple and Epic Games chose to appeal the original ruling as neither company was satisfied with the outcome.

The appeal battle has been ongoing since January, but it is wrapping up with Apple’s cross-appeal brief, which follows Epic’s opening briefApple’s own opening brief, and Epic’s cross-appeal brief.

Apple made its final filing on Friday.

Throughout the appeal, Apple has maintained that ‌Epic Games‌ lost the initial trial because of a flawed argument and “unprecedented” and “unfounded” accusations of anticompetitive conduct, not a legal error. In Friday’s cross-appeal, Apple continues to argue against the injunction that would require Apple to make App Store changes to allow developers to use outside payment methods.

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