Apple is looking to develop a new way for developers to share their work with users via the app store.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the company is in the process of expanding its Film Development account, which will be able to accept both new and existing iOS users, and allow them to build apps for Apple’s upcoming iPhone and iPad apps.
The account will have a $5 fee for each app that it accepts, and users will be allowed to build as many apps as they want.
The new account will be available for new iOS devices, though it will only be available to developers on iOS 10 devices.
The new feature will likely be an important addition to the iOS 10 developer account that is currently limited to iOS 9 users.
Earlier this year, Apple made the move to make iOS 10 the default for developers, meaning the developer account would no longer be able be shared with users on other platforms.
The move caused a backlash from users who felt that the iOS developer account was already outdated, with developers complaining about being unable to build iOS apps on iOS 9 devices, and with users complaining about missing features like iCloud Photo Sharing and iOS Mail.