In a statement sent to users of iTunes, Apple has unveiled a price change imminent in applications for some countries such as Canada, Norway and the member states of the European Union. While in some cases the price of my lower in others it will rise slightly, and some believe that Russia would take the brunt.
In the United States, Canada and Norway is producing an increase in the cost of the apps , while in the case of Iceland we find so the price has been reduced. At the time this notice is published changes have probably already done.
Why was made this adjustment in prices? It is due to changes in taxes of each country. Although it was not specified in the message, is also likely that Apple is trying to adapt its App Store prices better cope with the changes of international currencies.
With regard to Russia, the instability of the ruble (local currency) made Apple had to stop selling hardware in the country. When operations returned to normal in recent days, most of the devices went through a significant increase in price, costing even 35% more. It seems that Apple fans who live in Russia are not going to be easy the next few months, unless the international economic situation manages to improve, which will be very difficult to happen.
For now this is all we know about price changes, but as we said now in the apple store and should be able to see the adjusted odds.
Tell us: applications are now more expensive in your country? Or perchance they are cheaper?