A few weeks after announcing its new products, Apple has published a statement announcing that as of October 5 prices will go up on your App Store.
This platform is closely linked to the brand, and it is practically the only official way to install new applications and games on your devices. An action that will now cost more for all those people who live in places like Chile, Egypt, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, Vietnam, and all territories that use the euro currencylike Spain.
This measure will affect both applications and games as well as purchases within these types of software. A change that occurs after discovering the price increase that their new devices had experienced and for which they have not wanted to reveal the reasons.
This will be the rise in prices in Spain
This means that, once this measure comes into force, the prices that correspond, for example, to applications that now cost 0.99 in Spain, will cost 1.19 euros.
In the same way, those that now cost 3.99 will go to 4.99; those of 9.99 euros will increase in value to 11.99 euros and those of 19.99 euros will go to 24.99 euros. While in the last level, the apps of 999 euros in October will increase their cost to 1,199 euros, according to the company itself.
From Apple, they have not explained the reason for this change through the statement, limiting themselves to explaining what will happen to those people who had a subscription. “You can change the price of your apps and in-app purchases (including auto-renewing subscriptions) at any time on App Store Connect. If you offer subscriptions, you can choose to keep the prices for existing subscribers,” they specified.
Therefore, all those who plan to purchase any of their products have until October 5 to get them before the price increase.