Apple to Eliminate iOS, macOS Apps By iTunes Affiliate Programme on October 1

Apple has announced that it's making some significant adjustments to its own iTunes Affiliate Programme. The Cupertino technology giant said that beginning October 1, programs for iOS and macOS will no more be contained in its own iTunes Affiliate Programme. Apple states, following the initiation of the new App Store ports for iOS and macOS, you will find different procedures for program discovery. Having a lesser focus on the affiliate program, commissions for both iOS and Mac programs and in-app articles will shortly be eliminated by Apple.

In an article about the Affiliate Program Resources page, Apple explains the choice to remove programs from the iTunes Affiliate Programme was a result of the launching of the revamped App Stores for iOS and Mac. The organization had rolled out a revamped iOS App Store using iOS 11, also is focusing on a brand new Mac App Store at macOS Mojave. Apple claims the alterations to the iOS and Mac App Stores have guaranteed greater methods of forcing program discovery.

As previously mentioned, beginning October 1, Apple maintains programs and in-app buys for macOS and iOS will likely be completely eliminated from the iTunes Affiliate Program. Films, TV, Mac programs, Mac in-apps, iBooks, and compensated programs now earn a 7 percent commission speed while iOS in-app buys and iTunes Music make a 2.5 percent commission fee. But other material types, such as music, videos, novels, and TV, will stay as part of the programme.

Here is the complete text in Apple's article on its website:"Thanks for participating in the affiliate program for programs. With the initiation of the new App Store on both the iOS and macOS and their enhanced methods of program discovery, we'll be removing programs from the affiliate program. The rest of the content forms (music, videos, novels, and TV) stay in the programme."

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