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El gráfico muestra la comisión de Apple en ventas de apps tras la nueva legislación de la UE.
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Apple es forzada a reducir comisiones de apps bajo ley de la UE

By Ninian Carter

March 13, 2024 - La nueva Ley de Mercados Digitales (DMA) de la UE obliga a Apple a reducir su comisión sobre el ingreso de apps y permite el uso de mercados alternativos de apps y métodos de pago

Apple has capitulated in its fight to protect the dominance of its App Store on iPhones and iPads in Europe, telling developers they are now free to distribute their apps directly to consumers in that region, if they want to.

The changes comply with the EU’s new Digital Markets Act (DMA), which will dent the high profit margins of up to 30% that Apple has come to rely on from its walled-in App store.

Developers must still meet terms and conditions set by Apple, like being an authorised developer, but will now be charged less for every sale they make – or even nothing if they completely circumvent the official Apple App Store.

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PUBLISHED: 13/03/2024; STORY: Graphic News
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