Apple is preparing to increase the price of mobile applications in the UK, to countered the influence of Brexit on their business. Apple raised the price of its iPhone model in the UK in October to compensate the depreciation of the pound against the US dollar, and now does the same for the App Store.

The company informed iOS developers in the UK this week to warn them of the new cost structure that will raise the cost of applications and home purchases by about 25 percent.

The changes will take effect over the next seven days. When this occurs, an application will no longer be worth as £0.79 pounds (the equivalent of 0.99 US dollars) and will cost £0.99 pounds in Britain. But existing subscriptions will remain unaffected by these changes.

Apple also increased prices in the App Store in India, Romania and Russia on account of the change in tax rates and additional fees in these countries.

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