App Store prices will be increased by Apple in October in Europe and other countries


Apple has notified developers that it will shortly increase the price of the App Store in a number of nations, including all nations that utilise the euro.

But price increases won’t just occur in Europe. Aside from these countries, Apple also mentions Chile, Egypt, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, and Vietnam as having higher prices.

The price of apps and in-app purchases will be altered as early as October 5, 2022, however auto-renewable subscriptions won’t be affected

The note has a section describing Vietnam-specific adjustments.

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These price hikes in Vietnam also reflect new rules requiring Apple to collect and submit applicable taxes at five percent rates for both corporate income tax and value-added tax.

Apple will update the Pricing and Availability section of My Apps when the price rise takes place. The cost of apps and in-app purchases can be altered by developers as they see fit.

The App Store is about to get more spots, so Apple has just started contacting developers to encourage them to buy ad space there.

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