After Xbox testimony, Apple tells Microsoft to put up or shut up

After Xbox testimony, Apple tells Microsoft to put up or shut up


Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

As the first week of the Epic v. Apple trial comes to a close, Apple is picking a fight over one of Epic’s witnesses. The fight centers on testimony from Lori Wright, Microsoft’s vice president of Xbox business development, who testified about the distinction between “general purpose” and “special purpose” devices on Wednesday in favor of Epic’s claim. Wright’s testimony set off a day of confusion over whether Microsoft actually makes money selling Xbox hardware. Apple is now asking the judge for an “adverse credibility finding,” basically a determination that Wright’s testimony can’t be trusted because of irregularities in document production.

In a new filing, Apple argued that some of the documents referred to in Wright’s testimony…

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