You totally can get approved as a non-profit and have direct payments via in-app browser and avoid all fees on the transactions.
Approved nonprofits may fundraise directly within their own apps or third-party apps, provided those fundraising campaigns adhere to all App Review Guidelines and offer Apple Pay support.
Also, the small business program offers ...
Yes, Apple takes a cut of the price both purchasing an app itself - and for in-app purchases. If they didn't do this, I imagine all apps would be free, requiring an in-app purchases - effectively circumventing the whole system.
This is similar to how it works on Android phones, where Google Play Store takes a similar cut of both the initial app price and ...
Your device mode is classified as obsolete by Apple:
“Some obsolete hardware products can no longer use the iTunes Store”
There are multiple ways of doing this I suggest the simplest one .
First you need to download iMazing app on your windows .
iMazing PC Download
iMazing MacOS Download
Launch iMazing and connect your device to your Mac or PC.
Select your device in the sidebar, then select "Music".
Click "Import from Folder", and select the music you want ...
New purchases download to all iOS devices, if configured so. But an existing purchase does not download to iOS device #2 just because iOS device #1 installs it again after it has been removed.
It has always been so.
When you add an individual tester to a specific build, they're not automatically added to new builds you push to TestFlight. You need to do that manually - or add the user to a group.
Note that even if the individual tester is added to a specific build, it doesn't mean that it is available to them yet. You do need to ensure that you have entered the required ...