Apple released developer documentation, revealing a new price system is coming on App Store. The company is now increasing the number of price points 10 times, allowing developers to pick between 900 option. This is a major step up from the existing $0.99-per-step system, and should the developers chose to, they can set whole-number values. Pricing for apps and in-app purchases can start at $0.29, while the highest a developer can charge is $10,000, although this would require special permission from Apple. The new steps will include every $0.10 interval up to $10 or every $0.50...
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