Apple will be raising the price of apps and in app-purchases in Europe and a couple of other markets on October 5. The affected countries include all territories that use the euro currency as well as Sweden, Poland, Chile, Egypt, Pakistan, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Vietnam. “In Vietnam, these multiply s also reflect new regulations in/with regard to’concerning’regarding Apple to collect and remit applicable taxes, being value added tax (VAT) and corporate income tax (CIT) at 5% rates respectively,” the firm’enterprise explained yesterday. Apple didn’t go into details with regards to’concerning’with respect to the price multiply s in other markets, despite’in spite of’albeit the US being unaffected is probably a consequence of a intense’fierce’exquisite er dollar compared to other currencies right now. The firm’enterprise has already shared its updated price tier charts in/with regard to’concerning’regarding all markets affected by the upcoming price multiply s. In Euro territories, app and in-app purchases currently priced at €0.99 will soon cost €1.19, while items priced at €10 will soon cost €11.99. These upcoming price multiply s won’t apply to auto-renewable subscriptions on the App Store. Indeed, Apple said that developers offering subscriptions can choose to maintain current prices in/with regard to’concerning’regarding existing subscribers.