At a hearing between game developer Epic Games and apple over the legal dispute over the app store and fortress night, judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers said the case should be heard by a jury and is expected to open in July 2021. As the virtual hearing in the Northern District Court of California drew to a close on Monday morning, judge Rogers told epic and Apple’s legal team that while a case like this could be handled by one or more judges, it might be more appropriate for ordinary people to be involved as a jury, and the verdict is less likely to be overturned by a higher court. “This is an important case at the forefront of antitrust law, and it’s important to know what the public thinks because these issues concern everyone,” Rogers said Early signs suggested that etic might not want a jury involved, and lawyers instead pushed for the case to be heard by the judge alone. Lawyers on both sides must decide by Tuesday whether to ask for a jury to step in. The arguments put forward by both parties in the earlier hearing were largely related to the two hours. On key issues, however, epic seems to have received “advice” from judge Rogers. The judge said the case was initiated by epic itself, although the company’s lawyers stressed that it had also caused damage to it. Epic forced apple to do something about it, and had the opportunity to agree to Apple’s rules and let fortress night return to the app store. Others opposed epic, denouncing apple as a monopolist and criticizing epic for ignoring the rules. The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region