Matt Mullenweg, the chief creator of WordPress open-source web platform, has now accused Apple of not enabling them to initiate updates for their program. He posted the same post on his Twitter page. This has been done with regard to the unfair tax rules. Those are appllied by the giant company, apple. Read more about what’s going on between WordPress and Apple.
WordPress ceo, Matt Mullenweg recently posted a message on why the WordPress app has no latest changes. He blamed that Apple had restricted their right to deliver upgrades before they were willing to introduce in-app transactions to collect 30 per cent of the revenue.
Mullenweg wrote, “Heads up on why @WordPressiOS updates have been absent… we were locked by App Store. To be able to ship updates and bug fixes again we had to commit to supporting in-app purchases for .com plans. I know why this is problematic, open to suggestions. Allow others IAP? New name?”.
A variety of users have replied to this through their Twitter accounts. The software doesn’t offer something, to be honest. The author of Stratechery, Ben Thompson, also shared a tweet on this issue. He backed the founder of WordPress and wrote, “It’s an open-source project. Apple needs the inclusion of features that has no reasonable justification to occur.
Yet in addition , Apple issued a statement to The Verge that in-app transactions are necessary if applications “enable consumers to access material, services, or functionality that they have gained through your device on certain sites or your website.”
Mullenweg even went to The Verge and claimed he wasn’t going to combat it any further. WordPress will also offer brand-new in-app payments with WordPress.com paying third parties by next month. He also said that since promising to incorporate in-app transactions, Apple has made it easier for Automattic to upgrade the device. Since Apple’s dispute with Epic Games, it’s not shocking that they’re seeking to enforce laws that would create more profits for them.
Similarly, Apple deleted Fortnite from the database of the Mobile App Store. This is attributed to the gaps that have occurred in terms of their income reduction. There has lately been a dispute between creators and game publishers, with internet companies committed to scrapping the software from their markets.