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Apple increases credit for returning DTK to $500 following developer outcry

Apple has increased its offer to developers holding on to its Developer Transition Kit for returning the units, providing $500 of Apple credit instead of the original offer of $200.On Wednesday, Apple told developers it was soon “time to return” the DTK, hardware it provided to help developers update their apps to work with Apple Silicon. In a new email sent late on Friday, Apple is attempting to sweeten the deal to encourage more developers to switch their hardware over.The original offer provided developers with a $200 credit for the App Store, which could be used to acquire an M1 Mac of the developer’s choice. The codes would have been provided on receipt of the returned DTK units, and would have needed to be redeemed by May 31, 2021. Read more…
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