Apple began notifying users about the change from dollars to reals in emails that were sent out today.
Apple says that once the currency change happens, all new purchases and subscriptions will be charged in reals rather than dollars.
Since the iTunes Store became available in Brazil in 2011, customers have been required to pay in dollars using an international credit or debit card payment.
At one point, the Brazilian government looked into Apple's payment scheme, leading to speculation at the time that Apple was using dollars instead of reals to avoid software taxes that would negatively impact developers.
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