Apple adjusting App Store prices for several currencies

As it has previously done from time to time, Apple has announced to developers in an email (seen above) that it will be adjusting App Store prices in a number of countries to address changes in foreign exchange rates.

Prices in Australia, India, Indonesia, Turkey, and South Africa that use the currencies listed above will automatically see an increase on the App Store over the following 24 hour period, Apple says.

Apple has also announced prices listed with the Israeli New Shekels and some listings using the New Zealand Dollar will actually see App Store prices decrease per recent changes in the foreign exchange rate.

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  1. Nathan Smart - 9 years ago

    So they happily increase our prices when the australian dollar is weak but a year or so ago when it was buying $1.10 US we were still paying more when we should infact have been paying less!!!

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