Apple and Microsoft are reportedly locked in debate over App Store fees, to the extent where the latter is now being prevented from launching its updated SkyDrive iOS app.
According to The Next Web, Apple stopped Microsoft from updating the SkyDrive app after discovering that the software giant had rolled out a feature for users to upgrade their cloud storage when inside the application.
Microsoft is said to be unhappy with Apple taking 30% of all app revenues, although sources say that Steve Ballmer's company has since tried to come to a compromise by removing all subscription options from the SkyDrive app.
Although this news doesn't directly affect end-users, who can still download SkyDrive for their iPhone or iPad, it has stopped Microsoft in its tracks.
The firm apparently has a new version of the SkyDrive app ready to go live on the App Store, but this update has now been delayed as a result of Microsoft's feud with Apple.