An Apple Store that sells “Shake & Bake” software will debut in September at the company’s retail stores, according a report from The Wall St. Journal.
The app will be available on the App Store for free to download for free for iOS devices and Macs.
It will also be available for $1.99 a month on Macs, and for $3.99 for Windows PCs.
The App Store will offer Shake & Bake for free on both Windows and Mac.
The app is available in the App store for $2.99 on iOS devices, $4.99 in the Windows Store, and $8.99 to $11.99 via the Mac App Store.
“Shake is a unique opportunity to bring together Apple’s diverse and passionate developer community,” Apple said in a statement.
“It gives developers access to our App Store, allows them to share ideas and ideas with other developers and developers can collaborate with their friends to create innovative, fun, and easy to use apps that make the world a better place.”
Apple’s $2 per month plan is a one-time payment and does not include the cost of the app.
A $3 monthly subscription will allow users to use the app for up to six months, and they will receive one-off developer updates, as well as access to developer forums and Apple’s “Shapes” social network.
The news comes on the heels of the launch of Apple’s next iOS-based smartphone, the iPhone 7.
The next iPhone will ship with iOS 10, a major update that brings with it more features and better support for Apple’s popular voice recognition technology.
The report cites two sources who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Wall Streets Journal, who said Shake & Bake will be free for both iOS and Mac users.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.