Cydia, founded in 2008, said that apple “illegally suppressed all competitors”, maintained the monopoly of the app store, and deprived consumers of the right to choose IOS application channels and developers to choose distribution channels. The lawsuit, filed in a federal court in Oakland, California, is the latest to accuse apple of using market dominance to crush rivals such as Cydia. The latter is on the verge of closure and could face bankruptcy. < / P > < p > the main competitor of IOS is Google’s Android operating system, and many smartphone manufacturers including Samsung belong to the latter’s camp. < / P > < p > Cydia, also known as saurikit, was founded by software engineer Jay Freeman, which wants to claim an undisclosed amount of compensation. < / P > < p > epic accused apple of illegally deleting epic’s games from the app store because epic wanted to use its own payment system to avoid paying Apple 30% commission. The case is likely to open in May 2021. < p > < p > Apple said last month that it would reduce its commission from 30% to 15% for developers with less than $1 million in revenue from the app store. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4