Apple clamps down on its App Retailer refund loophole in Europe
Apple in all probability thought it was doing everybody a favour when it launched a two-week refund coverage for iTunes and App Retailer purchases in Europe. However in fact, as is all the time the best way with know-how, if there’s an unintended flaw hidden away you possibly can assure somebody will discover it. On this event it was 9to5Mac, who found that anybody can maintain a lately bought app on their system, even after Apple has processed the refund for it. The apps aren’t eliminated and the consumer is not locked out, so there was nothing to cease savvy iPhone and iPad house owners from abusing the system. Nicely, it seems Apple has already taken observe. For those who refund too many gadgets, you will now be greeted with a warning message that successfully locks you out of the refund coverage. It will not cease decided customers from claiming a couple of free apps, however it ought to imply Apple can maintain a lid on a probably doubtful apply.