April 1st 2014
By Mike Flaminio
Apple has notified developers by email that it will be adjusting pricing of apps in some countries. Austria, Indonesia, Turkey, South Africa users can expect to see higher prices. Pricing in Israel, some "tiers" in New Zealand can expect prices to degrease. Apple says this is due to currency exchange rates and taxes.
Price adjustments on the App Store are made periodically due to changes in foreign exchange rates. Within 24 hours, you will see the new Pricing Matrix in the Rights and Pricing section of Manage Your Apps on iTunes Connect.
Updates to iOS Paid Applications and Mac OS X Paid Applications contracts will be available on the iTunes Connect website. To view all current and outstanding contracts, see Contracts, Tax, and Banking on iTunes Connect.