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  1. ‎Welcome to Apple Developer, your source for developer stories, news, and educational information — and the best place to experience WWDC. Stay up to date on the latest technical and community information. Browse news, features, developer stories, and informative videos. Catch up on videos fro.
  2. Apple is warning developers about the introduction of new international digital services taxes and changes to sales tax, which could potentially impact developer revenues.
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