TECH CRUNCH - Until last weekend, Apple still had not met ACM's requirements. That is why it has to pay a tenth penalty payment, which means that Apple must pay the maximum penalty of €50M. But the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) is sounding more positive today after Apple adjusted its most recent offer yesterday - saying the amended proposal "should result in definitive conditions for dating-app providers. Previous offers by Apple were rejected by the ACM as creating unreasonable friction for the developers in question. If ACM comes to the conclusion that Apple does not meet the requirements, ACM may impose another order subject to periodic penalty payments (with possibly higher penalties this time around) in order to stimulate Apple to comply with the order.