Apple CEO Tim Cook did make a promise at WWDC that Apple has every intention to arrive at 155 territories in total, and in the process, Apple has added 32 more territories. An email which was registered to iOS and Mac developers were released earlier this evening, making an announcement to the world about this particular change. There are another 32 more regions now that will be able to gain access to all that the App Store offers, where the majority of these are within Africa, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific.
Taking a quick glance into the iTunes App Store region selector will show off how these new regions are up and running. Developers, however, will need to agree to the new Mac and iOS application sales contracts in the iTunes Connect Portal prior before those paid applications are able to go up on sale.
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