, the censorship of Loot boxes is arguably the most controversial issue in the gaming industry this year, especially after the krypton open box event of Star Wars: Frontline 2. The Apple Corp is one of the most recently declared giants, and App Store has added more stringent regulations to the opening system of the game. The latest App Store audit guidelines show that Apple has increased a new requirement in the "In-App Purchase" (application purchase) sector, making it clear that developers must open the box open probability. Apple said that if App provided the "war box" or other mechanisms to provide random virtual products for users to purchase, it must inform customers how much probability of opening the box to get all kinds of trophies before buying. Apple's move is worth noting, after all, U. S. regulators have not asked the game makers to open it.