Apple Iphone User Agreement

Posted by on September 11, 2021

The Mac App Store and App Store products (together the “App Store” products) made available through the Mac App Store service and the App Store service (together “App Store Service”) are licensed to you and are not sold to you. Your license for each App Store product you receive through the App Store Services is subject to your prior acceptance of this Licensed App End User License Agreement (“Default EULA”) and you agree that the terms of this standard EULA apply to any App Store product that you license through the App Store Service. Unless this App Store product is covered by a valid end user license agreement between you and the app provider of that App Store product, in which case the terms of this end user license agreement apply. Your license for an Apple product under this EULA or a separate end user license agreement is granted by Apple and your license for a third-party product in accordance with this EULA or a separate end-user license agreement is granted by the application provider of that third-party product. Any App Store product licensed under this EULA standard is referred to as a “Licensed Application”. The Application Provider or Apple (“Licensor”) reserves any rights to the Licensed Application that are not expressly granted to you in accordance with this default ITA. You can purchase content on our services for free or for a fee, both of which are referred to as “transactions”. Each transaction is an electronic contract between you and Apple and/or you and the company that provides the content in our services. However, if you are a customer of Apple Distribution International Ltd., Apple Distribution International Ltd. is the reseller of the content you purchase from certain services (e..B g. Apple Books, App Store, etc.) as displayed on the product page and/or during the acquisition process for the relevant service.

In this case, you purchase content from Apple Distribution International Ltd. under license from the content provider (for example.B. Application Providers (as defined below), libraries, etc.). If you make your first transaction, we will ask you to choose how many times we will ask you for your password for future transactions. If you enable Touch ID for transactions, we will ask you to authenticate all transactions with your fingerprint, and if you enable Face ID for transactions, we will ask you to authenticate all transactions using facial recognition. Manage your password settings at any time by following these instructions: support.apple.com/HT204030….

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