Apple sube el precio de las apps en México


Apple ha enviado un mail a los desarrolladores de apps en el que les informa de que va a subir los precios de las apps en México, Sudáfrica, Corea del Sur y Turquía. Estos cambios de precio se hacen de forma regular debido a variaciones en los impuestos de cada país o a las fluctuaciones del tipo de cambio con la moneda local.

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Si estás pensando en comprar una app en México deberías darte prisa porque en el mail indicaban que el cambio se realizará en las «siguientes 36 horas», lo que significa que subirán hoy o mañana. Aquí tienes el texto íntegro del mail enviado a los desarrolladores:

Hi [Developer],

We sometimes need to update prices on the App Store whenever taxes or foreign exchange rates change. Within the next 36 hours, prices will increase in the following App Store territories:

  • Mexico
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Turkey

Purchases on the South Korean App Store now include a value-added tax (VAT) of 10 percent. If you’re a developer based outside of South Korea, we’ll pay the VAT that we’ll be collecting for you. If you’re a developer based in South Korea, you’re still responsible for paying the VAT.

Because of the price increases, customers with auto-renewable subscriptions on the South African, South Korean, and Turkish App Store will need to resubscribe. However, although the prices are also changing for subscriptions on the Mexican App Store, we won’t interrupt those.

We’ll send an email to your subscribers in these territories shortly before their subscription renews to let them know that the price of their existing subscription will increase. The email also has a link that will let customers resubscribe, or in Mexico, turn their subscription off.

In addition, we’re also adding two new low-price tiers, Alternate Tier A and Alternate Tier B, for the Indian, Indonesian, Mexican, Russian, South African, and Turkish App Store. We’ll update prices for existing apps and In-App Purchases that already use the Alternate Tier A and Alternate Tier B price tiers on the Chinese App Store.

You’ll be able to review the new prices in the updated price-tier matrix in Rights and Pricing in My Apps within the next 36 hours.

Have any questions? Get in touch.

The App Store team

Vía: 9to5Mac

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2 Comentarios

  1. Seiken
    8 de julio, 2015
    Responder

    Gracias por el dato, paso por dos que me faltan antes de que suban.

    • eladiom
      8 de julio, 2015
      Responder

      Para eso estamos amigo!

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