Apple has changed its pricing scheme to include digital service taxes and value added taxes in regions such as Zimbabwe, Ukraine, Bahrain, Tajikistan, Oman and The Bahamas.
The Cupertino-based company released a new list of prices for in-app purchases and apps in the App Store. Some countries, like Ukraine, Zimbabwe and Oman were given a new tax ranging from 5 to 20 percent, while others, such as Tajikistan and The Bahamas enjoyed a tax reduction. Bahrain had an increase of 5% for value added tax.
Romania, Latvia and Austria either had a decrease or reversion for qualifying e-publications, audiobooks and ebooks.
Apple recommends developers and those interested to review the Pricing and Availability, which can be found in My Apps. Developers can adjust in-app purchases and app prices through the App Store Connect.
In similar news, Apple will be providing an alternative payment platform in South Korea after the region passed a law that forbids a monopoly.