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App Store prices in the UK to rise 25% due to Brexit pound slump

Prices of apps and in-app purchases in the UK’s App Store will rise 25% due to the weak pound exchange rate after the Brexit vote in June.  SEE ALSO: Brexit pound slump could be responsible for higher iPhone 7 prices in the UK An app previously sold for £0.79 will now cost £0.99 ($1.21) while the price of a Tier 2 priced app will rise to £1.99 from £1.49, according to a report on 9to5Mac…

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App Store prices in the UK to rise 25% due to Brexit pound slump

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