Apple App Store price cuts for South Africa

Apple has informed app developers that it is adjusting App Store prices in South Africa and New Zealand, 9to5mac reported.

Prices on the App Store in South Africa will go down to adjust for foreign exchange rates, said Apple.

“Within the next 72 hours, prices for the apps and in-app purchases (excluding subscriptions) will decrease in South Africa to account for foreign exchange rates,” said Apple.

This news comes after three consecutive price hikes from Apple in 2014, 2015, and earlier in 2016.

The changes to the App Store in New Zealand are due to the introduction of a goods and services tax, said Apple.

“Proceeds for the App Store in New Zealand (including subscriptions) will change to account for the interaction of goods and services tax (GST), effective since October 1, 2016. Prices on the App Store won’t change.”

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