Apple stated today that pricing for App Store apps and in-app purchases will rise beginning October 5 in all eurozone nations and territories. The rises are the result of the euro’s present weakening against the US currency.
According to Apple, app and in-app purchase prices will rise in Chile, Egypt, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, and Vietnam.
For those who are unfamiliar with Product Store pricing, Apple gives developers with predetermined levels at which they may sell their app, and these tiers will be increased for the euro next month. According to Apple, the first tier will rise from €0.99 to €1.19, while the highest tier would rise from €999 to €1,199.
Apple updates its App Store price tiers throughout the world on a regular basis, and further information regarding this adjustment may be found on Apple’s developer website. To account for the price hikes, some developers may change the price tier of their app.