According to AppleInsider, which has seen an email sent by the company to its developers, the email said prices in the App Store are to rise “for all territories in the European Union”.
Other countries are also set to see price changes, with Canada and Norway facing rises, while Iceland prices are set to fall.
Changes may affect Russia too, but they’re less clear because of the fluctuations of the price of the ruble against other currencies.
Apple said the changes were being made as a result of “adjustments” in the EU and changes in foreign exchange rates.
AppleInsider said the changes are probably because the Euro weakened against the US dollar during the course of this week.