Apple has agreed to settle a lawsuit regarding applications for its iOS devices that were aimed at children, the apps came with in app purchases, and parents were less than pleased about having large iTunes bills for in app purchases for the apps.
Apple has now agreed to settle the lawsuit, which could end costing them quite a bit, and they are offering to pay people a $5 iTunes credit to their account, and if the amount was more than $30 they will pay in cash.
The original lawsuit was filed back in 2011 by a number of parents who complained about the in app purchases being made in various free games without their knowledge.
Source GigaOMFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News
Popular Geeky Gadgets Deals
|PureVPN Lifetime Subscription Save 88%||SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller Save 14%||Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar Save 40%||Getflix Lifetime Subscription Save 88%||Monster Digital 128GB Portable SSD Save 56%||Python Programming Pro Bundle Save 84%|