9to5Mac Daily: March 22, 2024 – iOS 17.4.1 available, Apple Watch on Android

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Stories discussed in this episode:

  • Apple says it spent three years trying to bring the Apple Watch to Android.
  • The US Department of Justice lawsuit is an attempt to turn the iPhone into Android, Apple claims.
  • Apple releases iOS 17.4.1 for iPhone users, learn more.
  • Epic will receive 12% of Epic Games Store sales when it launches on iPhone this year.

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