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Apple May Start Charging to Re-download iPhone Apps
Monday, June 1st, 2009 at 12:02 PM - by Jeff Gamet
Apple's iPhone Software 3.0 update will be loaded with great new features, but charging to re-download applications may not leave a smile on user faces. Apparently the beta version of the software update adds a dialog that warns users they will be charged full price for applications they download on their iPhone even if the app was previously downloaded.
Pay up, again.
The dialog appears when users attempt to download an application via Wi-Fi, 3G or EDGE. Applications users re-download via iTunes on their computer won't be subject to the extra charge, which may be an indication that Apple is concerned about wireless bandwidth usage, or possibly in reaction to users that are trying to work around paying for applications by using other people's iTunes accounts.
So far, the dialog is appearing only on iPhone and iPod touch models that have the beta version of iPhone Software 3.0 installed. Apple may be testing the new requirement with its beta software users, and could plan to roll it out to all App Store customers once iPhone Software 3.0 is released.
[Thanks to iPhone Alley for the iPhone screenshot.]
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