Apple branded its desktop operating system OS X because it followed Mac OS 9. OS X has been preinstalled on all Apple computers since 2002.
Apart from the name change, the headline addition to macOS will be Siri integration.
Apps in the Magazines & Newspapers category require at least one auto-renewable or free In-App Purchase subscription. If you no longer intend to sell In-App Purchase subscriptions, you must first remove your app from sale.
Your current customers will be notified if you increase the price of an auto-renewable subscription. Customers will also be automatically opted-out of the subscription once the duration of their subscription expires. These customers will have to manually renew their subscription at the increased price in the Manage Subscriptions section of the App Store.
If you decrease the price of your auto-renewable subscription during a customer’s subscription period, the customer will not be notified and the subscription will automatically renew at the lower price.
If you remove an auto-renewable subscription from sale, your customers will be notified about the discontinued subscription. Even if you have to discontinue a subscription, you are contractually obligated to fulfill the content delivery to your customers for the entire duration of their subscription period.
Your customers expect your content to be available throughout their subscription and you’re also required by your agreement to provide that content. If you have to discontinue an auto-renewable subscription to prevent new users from subscribing, we recommend that you remove that subscription from your app page in My Apps.
If your app does not function without the discontinued auto-renewable subscription, remove your app from the App Store. To do so, go to the Pricing pane on your app page in My Apps. If necessary, click “specific territories” at the bottom of the pane, then click Deselect All.
Also, let us know about your decision to discontinue your subscription.
The Publication Name is the title of your magazine, newspaper, journal, or similar content. This name may be the same as your app name or Display Name, but it should not include format descriptions such as “iPad version.” The Publication Name must be between 2 and 30 characters long.
You must enter the Publication Name whenever you add a language to an auto-renewable or free subscription. When customers purchase an auto-renewable subscription they will see the Publication Name in the marketing opt-in dialog. The Publication Name should be appropriate and unique. Make sure they do not violate the rights or trademarks of any third parties. Every Publication Name is reviewed by Apple. You can edit a Publication Name at any time, but all changes must be reviewed by Apple before taking effect.
A one month trial can vary between 28 days and 31 days. Auto-renewable subscriptions are based on the calendar date, rather than the number of days in a month. If a customer begins a one month free trial on January 7th, the trial ends on February 7th.
If the one month trial begins on a date that does not occur in the following month, the trial will end on the last day of the final month. For example, if a customer begins a one month free trial on January 30, their trial ends on February 28 (or February 29 in a leap year).
After a subscriber completes one year of paid service of your auto-renewable subscription, you automatically receive 85% of the subscription price, minus applicable taxes, on the subscriber’s subsequent renewals. Service level changes within a subscription group do not interrupt days of paid service.
The ability to earn 85% takes effect in June 2016 for subscription renewals occurring after that date. iOS, OS X, tvOS and watchOS apps are eligible.
A subscriber’s days of paid service is defined as the number of days the subscriber has an active paid subscription, excluding free trials, marketing opt-in bonus periods and grace periods. Service level changes within a subscription group do not interrupt days of paid service.
If a subscriber cancels their subscription, a 60-day grace period begins. If the customer resubscribes to any product within the same subscription group during the grace period, days of paid service resumes from the most recent cancellation date.
For example, if the customer has accumulated 90 days of paid service, then cancels, then resubscribes 45 days later, their days of paid service resumes at 91 days. If the customer resubscribes more than 60 days later, their days of paid service resets to zero upon renewal. You then receive 70% of the subscription price, minus applicable taxes, on subsequent renewals until the subscriber accumulates a year of paid service.
The grace period applies to each of a subscriber’s cancellations. If a customer cancels and resubscribes to a subscription multiple times, a new 60-day grace period will be associated with each cancellation.
— Rob Hunt (@helloiamrob) June 8, 2016