Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, said the change in Apple’s charging structure in 2021 is very good for independent developers, but it will not solve his complaint about the “Apple tax” on the app store to a large extent. Apple announced this (11.19) morning that it will reduce the percentage of all developers who earn less than $1 million in the app store from 30% to 15% starting from 2021. < / P > < p > Apple said its “small business initiative” was a boon to most of its developers, but Sweeney tweeted that it was not. < / P > < p > Apple accounts for 30% of all app store revenue, which is one of the core charges that Epic Games filed against apple. While cutting costs for small developers does seem to solve some of the issues raised in epic’s lawsuit, Sweeney insists that most in app purchases come from high-income publishers. < / P > < p > as a result, publishers will continue to increase pricing for in app purchases to offset the so-called “Apple tax (30% draw)” and eventually pass on the increased cost of Apple’s draw to players. < / P > < p > “I’m glad apple can bring better deals to independent developers.” In response to criticism on twitter, Sweeney said: “but 95% of in app purchases are in larger apps, and apple still has 30% of them, so it doesn’t relieve consumers of the burden of high prices.” < / P > < p > epic uses fortress night as an example to illustrate that fortress night was taken off the shelves because it added a cheaper direct payment system in the game, bypassing Apple’s draw, which opened the current legal struggle between the two companies. Epic Games believes that, among other factors, IOS should be a more open platform and developers should not be forced to use only Apple’s payment system. In all the resulting legal documents, epic insisted that its lawsuit was to overturn Apple’s unfair treatment of large developers. While he tweeted that Apple’s recent decision “is a positive step towards a better approach,” his comments suggest that epic is not satisfied with the change alone. < / P > < p > “we are not fighting for a lower draw. Epic is fighting for fair competition between mobile platform companies, stores and payment providers. If IOS opens up competitive payment and stores, even if Apple’s own payment service still takes 30% of the total, we will be happy to return. ” “Apple’s 30% commission is not wrong, it’s just a bad deal,” Sweeney said. Apple has blocked the stores and payment services of its competitors, which simply can’t offer good deals to developers. ” IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4