Offering other stores on Apple’s iPhones and iPads isn’t a surprise — it’s a great move

Offering other stores on Apple’s iPhones and iPads isn’t a surprise — it’s a great move

Looking at what else you can do with the devices you own in an unofficial capacity can always be tempting, but due to an upcoming European law, there are reports that Apple is reportedly working on a way to allow alternative App Stores to be installed.

According to Mark Gurman’s report at Bloomberg (opens in a new tab), this means that other storefronts such as Steam, Amazon, Microsoft and others may be allowed to offer individual stores and install apps through it, just like the App Store. This means developers can take 100% of the revenue while having more control over what the app can access, such as more graphics power and more control over what your Apple device offers.

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