Services and some apps can allow you to access content or services based on subscriptions (“paid subscriptions”). Paid subscriptions are automatically renewed until they are terminated in the Manage Subscriptions section in the account settings. For more information on cancelling your subscriptions, see support.apple.com/HT202039. We will let you know when the price of a paid subscription increases and we will ask for your approval for the future if necessary. You will not be charged more than 24 hours before the start of the last paid subscription period. If, for some reason, we cannot support your payment method (for example. B or insufficient means) and if you have not terminated the paid subscription, you will remain responsible for the un recovered amounts and we will try to debit the payment method, because you can update your payment type information. This may result in a change at the beginning of the next paid subscription period and change the date you will be charged for each period. We reserve the right to cancel your paid subscription if we are unable to charge your payment method to renew your subscription. Some paid subscriptions may offer a free trial before calculating your payment method. If you decide to opt out of a paid subscription before you start collecting your payment method, cancel the subscription at least 24 hours before the end of the free trial. Application licenses will be provided to you by Apple or a third-party provider (“application provider”).
If you are a customer of Apple Distribution International Ltd. is the reseller of Record Apple Distribution International Ltd., which means that you purchase the license from Apple Distribution International Ltd. but the application is licensed by the application provider. An Apple-licensed application is an “Apple App,” an app licensed by an app provider is a “third-party app.” Apple acts as an agent for app providers when making the App Store available and is not a party to the sales contract or usage agreement between you and the app provider. Every application you purchase is subject to the end-of-the-year license license agreement (“standard JAMBIE” below), unless Apple or the app provider offers a custom licensing agreement (“Custom EULA”). The application provider of a third-party application is solely responsible for its content, warranties and claims that you may have associated with the third-party application.