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Submission + - Apple eBook Rules Changing for Sellers (nytimes.com)

An anonymous reader writes: In a "pray I don't alter it again" moment for eBook sellers on apple iPad and iPhone devices, Apple is now requiring third-party eBook sellers like Amazon to also make their titles available through apple store wherein the empire will take an additional 30% cut.

"Apple confirmed Tuesday that it would require app developers that sell e-books outside of their iPad and iPhone apps — through a Web site, for example — to also sell the books inside those apps. And purchases that originate in the app must be made through Apple, which keeps a 30 percent cut."

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Apple eBook Rules Changing for Sellers

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