Apple proposes a plan to support third-party payment systems. This plan outlines the commission for payments made outside the App Store – 27%.
Also, apps should adopt warning screen with texts provided by Apple.
Title: This app does not support the App Store’s private and secure payment system
Body: All purchases in the app will be managed by the developer “.” Your stored App Store payment method and related features, such as subscription management and refund requests, will not be available. Only purchases through the App Store are secured by Apple.Apple Developer
South Korea is not satisfied with the proposal and expects more savings for developers.
Similar pushback is seen in development community.
As of now, these proposal are not accepted and third-party payment systems are not supported.
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- ★ Going Dutch
Developer:Business as usual.
QA engineer:Business as usual.
PM/DM:Monitor the updates, expect final approach in coming weeks.