Apple Argues App Store Rival Can't Fix Untimely Antitrust Suit

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By Dorothy Atkins (February 3, 2022, 8:20 PM EST) — Apple Inc. urged a California federal judge Wednesday to end for good the latest rendition of an antitrust lawsuit filed by a would-be Apple’s App Store competitor, arguing that the company’s fresh complaint adds no new details that would make the lawsuit timely.

In a 22-page motion, Apple asked U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers to toss without leave to amend SaurikIT LLC’s lawsuit accusing Apple of holding a monopoly over virtual app stores.

Apple noted that Judge Gonzalez Rogers had already tossed a previous version of the suit for being time-barred, but she allowed the company to amend its allegations…

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