Apple Software Licence Agreement

You can purchase content on our services for free or for a fee, both known as “transactions.” Each transaction is an electronic contract between you and Apple and/or you and the entity that provides content on our services. However, if you are a customer of Apple Distribution International Ltd., Apple Distribution International Ltd. is the distributor of the recording of content you purchase from certain services (p.B Apple Books, App Store, etc.), as shown on the product page and/or during the acquisition process for the service concerned. In this case, you purchase content from Apple Distribution International Ltd., which is authorized by the content provider (for example. B application providers (as defined below), book publisher, etc.). When you make your first transaction, we will ask you to choose how many times we have to request your password for future transactions. If you enable Touch ID for Transactions, we ask you to authenticate all transactions with your fingerprint and if you activate Face ID for transactions, we will ask you to authenticate all transactions using facial recognition. Manage your password settings at any time by following the following instructions: Apple calculates your selected payment method (z.B. Your credit card, debit card, gift card/code or any other method available in your home country) for all paid transactions, including all taxes. If you`ve added it to your Apple Wallet, Apple can burden your selected payment method in Apple Wallet with Apple Pay. If we can`t burden your chosen payment method for any reason (for example. B or insufficient funds), you will remain responsible for the un recovered amounts and we will try to rewrite the payment method, because you can update your payment type information.

If you pre-order content, you will be charged the fee if the content is sent to you (unless you cancel before the content is available). In accordance with local laws, Apple can update information about your selected payment method if it is provided by your financial institution. For more information on how transactions are billed, see