Did Your Business Develop Any Apple iOS Application or In-App Product?
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO RECOVER MONEY!
May 20, 2022
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Eligible Class Members
Eligible class members include all former and current “U.S. Developers” of any Apple Inc. (hereafter, “Apple” or “Defendant”) iOS application or in-app product (including subscriptions) that sold for a non-zero price via Apple’s iOS App Store that earned, through all “Associated Developer Accounts” , proceeds (net revenues on the U.S. App Store storef ront, after subtracting out any commission paid to Apple) equal to or less than $1,000,000.00 through the App Store U.S. storef ront in every calendar year in which the U.S. Developer had a Developer Account f rom June 4, 2015 through April 26, 2021.
Definition of “Associated Developer Account”
Associated Developer Accounts means any U.S. Apple Developer Program account that you own or control, or any U.S. Apple Developer Program account that owns or controls your account.
In 2019, a class action lawsuit was filed alleging Apple unlawfully monopolized, or attempted to monopolize, the U.S. market for iOS app and in-app-product distribution services in violation of state and federal laws. At this time, the class has entered into a settlement with Apple for $100 million. This settlement is currently pending final approval. The funds (less any expenses and fees) will be distributed if and when the Court grants final approval of the settlement and a claims process is completed.
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