This illustration photo shows the Apple app store logo reflected from an iPhone onto the back of an iMac in Los Angeles, Aug 26, 2021. (CHRIS DELMAS / AFP)
Apple Inc said on Monday prices of apps and in-app purchases on its App Store will increase in several countries including Japan, Malaysia and all territories that use the euro currency, from next month.
The new prices, excluding auto-renewable subscriptions, will be effective as early as Oct 5, Apple said in a blog post
The new prices, excluding auto-renewable subscriptions, will be effective as early as Oct 5, Apple said in a blog post.
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These changes will also reflect new regulations for Apple in Vietnam to collect and remit applicable taxes, being value added tax (VAT) and corporate income tax (CIT) at 5 percent rates respectively, the company added.
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