If you sign into an Apple App Store account to distribute your app, a DEEE agreement is already available for your app, even if you don`t have that type of legal agreement. Some app developers choose to include the usual licensing clauses in DEEE agreements in their terms and conditions of sale. 2. License extension: The license granted to the end user for the licensed application must be limited to a non-transferable license for the use of the application granted to Apple-branded products that the end user owns or controls, and according to the rules of use provided by apple Media Services` terms and conditions of sale, except that this licensed application can be accessed and used from other accounts related to the buyer via family sharing or volume purchase. inform end-users that Apple is not responsible for claims related to the application or ownership and/or use of the app by the end user, “including, but not exclusively,: (i) product liability claims; (ii) any allegation that the licence application does not comply with applicable legal or regulatory requirements; and (iii) claims arising from consumer protection, data protection or similar legislation.” 5. Product rights: you and the end user must recognize that you, not Apple, are responsible for resolving the end-user or third party`s claims in relation to the licensed application or possession and/or use of this licensed application by the end user, including, but not exclusively, to: i) product liability claims; (ii) any allegation that the licence application does not comply with applicable legal or regulatory requirements; and (iii) claims arising from consumer protection, data protection or similar legislation, including the use of HealthKit and HomeKit frameworks by your licensed application. The Board.C.A. must not exceed your responsibility to the end user beyond what is authorized by applicable legislation. The terms and conditions in this Agreement, which relate to services, types of content, functions or functions that are not available in your home country, apply to you only if they are available to you. To view the types of content available to you in your home country, visit the services or check with support.apple.com/HT204411. Some of the services and content you have in your home country may not be available to you if you are travelling outside your home country. We are responsible for all claims from you or third parties regarding the application or possession and/or use of the app [DN: App name] by the end user, including, but not limited to: – Learn more about Apple TV Content Usage Rules at support.apple.com/HT210074.

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