Itunes Terms And Agreements

This agreement represents the entire agreement between you and Apple and governs your use of the Services, replacing all previous agreements regarding the same purpose between You and Apple. You may also be subject to additional terms and conditions that may apply if you use affiliate services, third-party content, third-party software or additional services such as the volume purchase program. If part of this agreement is declared invalid or unenforceable, that part must be interpreted in a manner consistent with applicable law in order to best reflect the parties` original intentions, and the other parties remain fully in force and effective. Apple`s inability to enforce rights or provisions of this agreement does not constitute a waiver of that or other provision. Apple is not liable for non-compliance due to causes that are beyond its control. Alternative resolution of disputes. The EU is setting up a voluntary online dispute resolution platform, accessible on the following link: in which Apple Distribution International Ltd has decided not to participate. If you have a problem, contact iTunes support. Apple reserves the right to amend this Agreement at any time and to add new conditions or additional conditions for your use of the Services.

Such additional amendments and terms and conditions take effect immediately and are included in this Agreement. Their continued use of services is considered an acceptance. – Third-party applications: your use of Apple software or hardware products is based on the software license and other product conditions at the time of purchase. Your consent to these conditions is required to install or use the product. Please note that the license of the software attached to the product at the time of purchase may differ from the version of the license that you can check here. Be sure to read the applicable conditions carefully before installing the software or using the product. Here you will find the terms of credit cards and gift and storage codes: Some content available in certain services is purchased by you by the third party (as shown on the product page and/or during the acquisition process for relevant content), not by Apple.

For example, Apple Books is purchased by book publishers, not Apple. In this case, Apple acts as an agent for the content provider in providing content for you, so Apple is not a party to the transaction between you and the content provider. However, if you are a customer of Apple Distribution International Ltd., Apple Distribution International Ltd. is the record reseller for the content you purchase from certain services (p.B Apple Books), but that content is authorized by the content provider.

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