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StoreKit 2 is now available for developers, featuring improvements to in-app purchases and subscriptions.

StoreKit 2 is now available as part of iOS 15 and other recently upgraded Apple platforms, according to Apple. StoreKit 2 enhances the way apps handle in-app purchases and subscriptions. The App Store Server API has also been enhanced, with real-time alerts enabling developers to observe purchases as they happen.

StoreKit 2 incorporates the most recent Swift programming language advancements and offers new APIs to guarantee that developers have access to the most up-to-date information about their app. StoreKit 2 additionally adds a layer of security to purchases by cryptographically signing them. StoreKit 2’s ability to request refunds and control individual app subscriptions will delight users.

The new App Store server API from Apple assists developers in resolving purchasing difficulties. Developers may view a user’s in-app purchase history as well as the status of their subscription.

Finally, App Store server alerts allow developers to get messages about membership expiry, offer redemption, and refunds.

These new functionalities are included in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8, so developers may start using them right now.

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