Apple will allow third-party App Store payments in Korea; will still charge commission

Apple has finally announced that it will comply with a law in South Korea, requiring it to allow third-party App Store payments, some four months after the antitrust law was passed. The law also applies to Google, which is already in compliance.
As expected, the Cupertino company says that it will still take a cut of all App Store sales, though this will be at a reduced rate …
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Author: Ben Lovejoy