App Store Terms

Discussion in 'iPad' started by thelead, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. thelead macrumors 6502

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    Anyone else having issues with purchasing or upgrading apps due to the new service terms and conditions? I press agree then go back to update an app and it asks me to agree to the terms again.
     
  2. jediobiwan macrumors 6502

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    I too am stuck in iTunes T&C loop hell. Both on an iPad and in iTunes on my Macbook as well. Hopefully it will be fixed shortly.
     
  3. tanzido macrumors newbie

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    App Store Terms Acceptance Loop

    I too am having problems updating or purchasing apps now. I get the notice about new terms, accept the terms and am redirected back to the same terms acceptance location again and again. I did a hard reset and have the same problem. I initially was trying to update an app; tried to purchase a new app and had the same problem. Anyone have any ideas?
     
  4. BlueKhufu macrumors regular

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    Here as well. Have hard booted, hard closed App Store, changed date around, no luck.
     
  5. thelead thread starter macrumors 6502

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    At least I'm not alone then.
     
  6. berniemakaveli macrumors regular

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    And same here, hopefully its resolved soon, im tryina play Asphalt 7!!:D
     
  7. el.jeffe58 macrumors member

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    This is a rampant issue now. Looks like it began tonite. Same on Apple Discussion forums. Everyone is like, huh?!
     
  8. rjb macrumors newbie

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    Apple: 1 infinate loop...

    Ironically, This is actually Apple's corporate address:
    1 Infinite Loop
    Cupertino, CA 95014
    408.996.1010

    Welcome to the paranoid zone...
    Where Apple executives and attorneys Ram DRM and their paranoia down your throat.

    Yes, you have now entered 1 Infinite Loop... via their infinite stupidity.

    This Terms & Conditions loop has happened many times before in several different incarnations.
    Often leaving most of us / Apple's customers in a befuddled state as we stare angrily at our screens and scream WTF NOW!

    Yet another item in my Long List of Apple Peeves.

    It turns out this bereavement is also caused by the fact that Apple is unable to verify the aged account information you gave them either because a credit / debit card has expired, the card is declined due to insufficient funds, you've changed banks, cards or something that has interfered with Apple's sanity check on you.

    BUT!!! They won't F*&$!#@ tell you that and just leave you chasing your tail. Or waiting for a "Patch" or "Fix" that's never coming.

    Mind you, this Gestapo tactic against our Already Purchased items and FREE downloads is absolutely Frickn' ABSURD!!!!

    Anyway, Login to the secret military police force of Apple (iTunes Store) and see if something is amiss or if they just want to verify your right to live, the name and address is correct for your first born, etc...

    Good Luck!
     
  9. thelead thread starter macrumors 6502

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  10. KeepCalmPeople macrumors 65816

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    I had to download the update in iTunes (Windows 7) then sync with my iPhone to get around it.
     
  11. dano415 macrumors newbie

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    35 pages of terms and conditions

    I know it's pretty standard, but wasn't the whole Apple "Experience" about
    simplicity? One day, a well made PC, with replaceable components
    will be selling stock at Apple's level. Could you imagine a laptop
    that you could keep for 15 years? Note to Apple: Keep it simple.
     

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