Facebook said Apple denied its request to waive the in-app purchase charge for its new online events tool. Facebook wanted all events revenue to go to business owners; when it tried to inform them of the charge, Apple removed the message. Apple said the update violated its App Store rule that mandates developers to not show any “irrelevant” information to users. (Reuters, The Verge)
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