The judge overseeing the dispute between Apple and Epic has dismissed the former's claim of theft. Apple filed a countersuit back in September following Epic's antitrust lawsuit the month before. The iPhone maker claimed Epic's circumvention of its 30% fee violated the contract between them, but also accused Epic of theft and sought extra monetary damages beyond these two claims. However, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers dismissed two of Apple's claims, including theft, at a hearing yesterday, Bloomberg reports. "This is a high-stakes breach of contract and an antitrust case, and that's all in my view," she told lawyers during the hearing. Specifically addressing Apple's lawyer, she later added: "You can't just say [Epic's conduct is] independently wrongful. You actually have to have facts." Apple disagreed with Gonzalez Rogers, but maintained it is clear Epic breached its contract. Epic previously refuted Apple's claim of theft as "implausible and deficient as a matter of law."
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