A number of AFL players have thrown their weight and money behind a new shopping app, which is claimed to be a market disrupting application for consumers.
A US class action by plaintiffs, purchasers of iPhones and iPhone apps, filed originally in 2012 against Apple, alleging that it had monopolised the market for iPhone apps, has been reinstated for further hearing after four unsuccessful appeals by Apple.
Developers earned US$13 billion from Apple's App Store in 2016, the company said today, adding that purchases from the store had hit a US$144 million on New Year's day, a record for a single day.
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