Service Level Agreement Of Apple



Apps made available through the App Store will be granted and not sold. Your license for each application is subject to prior approval of this end-of-year license license agreement (“STANDARD EULA”) or a personalized end-user license agreement between you and the application provider (“Custom EULA”), if one of them is provided. Your license for an Apple application under this standard CLA or custom CLA is granted by Apple, and your license for any third-party application under this standard CLA or custom CLA is granted by the application provider of that third-party application. Each application submitted to this C.A.C.A. is called a “licensed application.” The app provider or Apple (“licensee”) reserves all rights to and from the licensed application that was not expressly granted to you under this standard BUM. 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. You acknowledge and consent that Apple is a third party beneficiary of the standard CLA or C.A.C.A., which applies to any third-party application, and can therefore apply such an agreement. Some applications, z.B. Stickers and iMessage apps, may not appear on the device`s springboard, but can be viewed and used in the new app drawer. d. External services. The licensed application may allow access to the licensee`s services and websites and/or third parties (together and individually “external services”). You agree to use external services at your own risk. The licensee is not responsible for verifying or evaluating the content or accuracy of external third-party services and is not responsible for these external services.

Data displayed by a licensed external application or service, including, but not limited, financial, medical and location information, is used only for general information purposes and is not guaranteed by the licensee or its agents. You will not use external services in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of this standard ECJ or infringing on the intellectual property rights of the licensee or a third party. They agree not to use external services to harass, abuse, harass, harass, threaten or defame a person or entity, and that the licensee is not responsible for such use. External services may not be available in all languages or in your home country and may not be adapted or available in a given location. To the extent that you decide to use these external services, you are solely responsible for complying with applicable laws. The licensee reserves the right to modify, suspend, remove, disable or impose restrictions on access to external services at any time, without notice or responsibility to you. – Third-party apps: http://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/appstorenotices/ you can re-download previously purchased content (“Redownload”) that is stored with the same Apple ID (“Associated Devices”) on your devices.