The amount Apple take from devs for hosting their programs on the App store. As we know it's 30%. Now, this is only a personal feeling and I'm sure many will disagree, but when it was thought up, with iPhone apps, priced at 99c or a couple of dollars, I guess, what with the costs of running the system, 30% seemed an amount that people were willing to accept. Myself, I can go along with that, it costs Apple money to run things, and a few cents from a cheap app seems not too much to ask. But this was dreamed up and calculated, as I say, back when it was just cheap apps. What does the future mean for this percentage and devs wanting to use the app store for much more expensive software? I suppose, I'm feeling a sliding percentage would be a more acceptable way of charging a dev, so that the higher the software price the less percent Apple take, after all, there no reason why hosting a $99 app costs apple more than hosting a 99c app. To take $30 from a $99 app seems a bit greedy does it not? Or perhaps I'm wrong and they do slide the scale for more expensive apps? What do you think?