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Apple has reportedly settled a lawsuit with a developer who sued Apple for allegedly having a lot of fraudulent software and “copycat keyboard” software in the Apple App Store, as well as copying official Apple software from the developer.

The developer, whose name is Kosta Eleftheriou, developed FlickType, a keyboard (input tool) for the Apple Watch, and has made a name for himself in the Apple developer community for exposing fake reviews of the Apple App Store and a large amount of fraudulent software in the store.

Resseling found that many developers had copied his FlickType and released a large number of similar keyboard tools, and some plagiarists even stole Resseling’s software promotion introduction video.

In the Apple App Store, Resselring also found a large number of fake user reviews that were copied and pasted, giving them fake five-star ratings, and was deeply disappointed with the Apple App Store’s user review review review team.

Last year, after Apple released the “Apple Watch 7 Series,” the company took the company to court for what it believed was plagiarism after Apple introduced an official keyboard software with swipe input due to the new watch’s larger screen.

Apple’s app store allegedly refused to let Resselring’s keyboard software hit the shelves several times in the past, but at the same time, many copycats of Resselring’s products were available for download, and Resselring felt that Apple’s move cost him financial income.

Resselring said he had been in talks with Apple to discuss having Apple buy his software. However, he discovered that the official keyboard configured in the Apple Watch Series 7 and his FlickType feature were similar, and then chose to go to court to find out.

Resselring’s lawsuit was certainly about more than just Apple’s official software mimicking features; he accused Apple of a lack of action in managing the app store, and indeed, for Apple to benefit from any third-party developer that could sell high-priced memberships to users.

According to the latest reports, Apple has settled its lawsuit with Resselring. Apple and Resselring’s company, Kpaw, signed a final settlement agreement after the two sides filed court papers to dismiss the lawsuit on July 21.

The details of the settlement are not yet known, particularly whether Apple compensated Resselring for his financial losses.

In 2021, Apple reinstated an official tool in the App Store called “Report a Problem,” which allowed users to report fraudulent software to Apple if they found it in the store. This tool is listed in the “Information” section of the App Store, along with software types, age ratings, and other content.

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