The app has been a boon for Apple’s car dealerships, who can sell new or used cars at a discount to customers.
But in many cases, it has become a major headache for car buyers.
Some car buyers are unable to purchase a vehicle without a dealership, and others don’t have the funds to pay for the car, let alone the parts needed to replace it.
The app has helped a few car buyers avoid this headache, but it’s been a major problem for car dealers.
AppleInsider found that nearly half of all car owners who have bought used vehicles on the App store did not have a dealer to buy parts for their car.
This means that many people are stuck with a $3,000 or more cost to replace a used car with parts from Apple.
The App store is a popular platform for car buying and has been used by millions of people around the world.
But a recent report from CarAdvice, a website that analyzes car purchasing trends, showed that the App had a problem with the car dealership model.
The report looked at more than 3,000 CarAdvices reports from the past year.
In total, the company identified more than 5,000 reports of dealerships that had a rate of 30% or more of their business being used to sell used vehicles.
CarAdvice found that about two-thirds of those dealerships had a dealer rate of less than 30%.
The remaining dealerships were found to be charging as much as 40% of their sales revenue for used car parts.
These figures are not uncommon.
Car dealerships are often in the middle of buying new cars, so the demand for used parts can skyrocket.
In many cases these car dealers have the financial capacity to replace the vehicle, but the car owners have no way of financing the cost of the parts.
In the report, CarAdvica found that one-third of the used car dealers in the US had an average cost of $500-$1,000 for parts.
This problem could be solved if the App stores dealership model was changed to a more equitable model.
The App store should have a fee for buying used cars, for example, to fund the purchase of parts, instead of charging a fee per used car.
It should also allow customers to choose the type of used car they want to buy.
But even if Apple did change its dealership model to a fairer model, it would be difficult to implement.
CarInsider has contacted Apple for comment.