Apple ceased all online sales in Russia after increasing prices
We’ve got an email from Apple. The company announced that they had increased the price for apps and In-App Purchases on the Russian App Store to account for changes in foreign exchange rates.
Apple has also updated the pricing matrix, which is now available in the app’s Pricing section in My Apps on iTunes Connect.
Before, the cheapest app was costing about 33 rubles but now the Russian customers will have to pay for it 62 rubles.
It’s not the first time when Apple adjusts apps prices. It also happened in 2012 when the company changed them in several countries in Europe. The lowest app price from €0,79 has been raised to €0.89.
After all, the company has ceased all online sales in Russia after ruble drops.