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iPad 'Terms and Conditions'

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by Tim SPRACKLEN, Jan 9, 2011.

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    Were you guys faced with 'agreeing' with a new 35-page set of 'Terms and Conditions' at the iPad App Store before you could purchase a new app? Does Apple really believe we're going to read them?

    Tim
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    No & that's how they getaway with the shit they term & condition you with.

    I don't read it because it's irrelevant to do so. I know i m not going to agre with some of theirs T&Cs but are forced to do so to use their products. This is what they call "twisting your arm". Lol
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    If you're not agree with T&C the only option would be refuse to download content :(
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    It just seems to me to be a little like selling you a beautiful new car and then, after you've been using it for a while, asking you to sign a whole load of new Terms and Conditions before they'll agree to sell you gas (petrol). How useful is an iPad without apps? Not agreeing to the Terms and Conditions is not really an option. I'm sure there's nothing very contentious in there (probably we've agreed to pay Steve Jobs a big end-of-year bonus, charged directly to our credit cards) but it's like all these 'small print' Terms and Conditions..no one ever reads them.

    Oh, well, I guess things must be getting slow here if I'm worrying about this.

    Tim
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