Itunes Music Purchase Agreement

At the end of your volume content purchase, you may assign the specific Apple Books or App Store content you purchased in the selected quantity, each of which can be assigned to an Apple or MAID account owned by you or controlled by one of your authorized end users, or, in the case of App Store volume content, on a single device, that is owned by you or controlled by one of your authorized end users. This authorization does not lapse, subject to the availability of specific products. With an Apple VPP ID with a Mobile Device Management System (“MDM”), you may invite your authorized end users to link their Apple account or Apple device to your Apple VPP ID and, with the consent of the authorized end user, you may assign them Apple Books content and App Store content or, in the case of App Store content, on their devices. To obtain a product, your authorized end users must have a valid Apple or MAID account (subject to acceptance of the Terms) and compatible hardware, software, and Internet access. – All other services (including iTunes Store, Apple Music, and Apple Podcasts): www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/itunesstorenotices/ App Store or Apple Books content purchased as volume through the VPP service may be made available to your authorized end users either (i) by direct transfer to the Apple account or in MAID of any authorized end user (“Managed Distribution”). (ii) distributing Apple-generated alphanumeric codes (“Content Codes”) that can be redeemed in the App Store for certain app content or in Apple Books for certain book content; or (iii) for apps only, through direct assignment to an iOS device, in which case (a) separate purchases must be made for each device (for example, a single license cannot be shared simultaneously by multiple devices); and (b) you are considered an end user for the purposes of end user license agreements, terms of use, or other agreements entered into by your authorized end users with respect to App Store volumes. For three years, the Beatles` record company Apple Records was in dispute, Apple Corps vs. Apple Computer, with Apple Computer over the name “Apple”. On May 8, 14, 2006, a judgment was rendered in favor of Apple Computer, but Apple Records stated that it would appeal the verdict. Despite this, in April 2006, Neil Aspinall announced that he would fully remaster the Beatles` catalog and publish it on an unspecified online music service, as well as the publication of some of the band`s works that were not yet heard. No date has been set for this date. [164] It was also reported that, initially, the Beatles` music catalogue could only appear on iTunes, as Apple negotiated an online sales contract with the British group EMI that could be exclusive for a limited time.

[165] Note: Only contact information can be updated after agreements have been signed. . . .