[techweb] on August 21, according to foreign media reports, several news publishers in the United States wrote to CEO cook of apple, asking apple to provide more favorable terms and cut down on IOS app subscription. < p > < p > in a letter to Tim Cook, digital content next, an industry group representing the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and other publishers, said the news organizations wanted better terms of the agreement to retain more revenue from digital subscriptions sold through Apple’s app store. < / P > < p > currently, news publishers pay Apple 30% of their initial subscription revenue through IOS apps; after the first year of subscription, the commission ratio drops to 15%. < / P > < p > the industry group also noted that in a letter to Amazon in 2016, eddy cue, an apple executive, said he could offer 15% commission to customers who registered with Amazon Prime video through Apple’s app store. < / P > < p > the industry group said that I asked apple to clarify the terms of Amazon’s offer so that companies that meet those conditions can also get the same deal. < / P > < p > Apple’s app store has caused a lot of dissatisfaction. Last week, fortrite developer Epic Games launched a new in-game purchase method that bypasses Apple’s 30% cut from digital transactions in the app store, while Apple removed fortress night from its app store to limit game downloads and updates on Apple devices. < / P > < p > Apple said it removed fortress night because epic introduced the payment function without permission. Epic seemed to know it would be removed from Apple’s shelves and immediately announced that it had filed a lawsuit with the court.