Apple is increasing the App store prices in the UK by around 25%, this will happen over the next seven days and it is due to the exchange rate of the pound to the dollar after the Brexit vote.
The value of the pound has fallen against the dollar in the UK since the Brexit vote and app prices will be increase from £0.79 to £0.99 for entry level apps.
Apps which cost £1.49 are being increased to £1.99 and also prices of in app purchases will increase in the UK by around 25%.
These changes will come into force in the UK App Store over the next week and Apple is also expected to make similar increases to movies and albums in the iTunes app store.
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