Thursday, April 14, 2016

Apple iTunes to stop subsidies to support May 25 officially

Apple iTunes to stop subsidies to support May 25 officially

Apple has just announced that it will discontinue support for iTunes allowance (iTunes Allowances) of, iTunes allows parents to monthly subsidy to the child's iTunes account deposit amount. From April 13 start, the user will not be able to create new iTunes allowance deposit, and this feature will be officially out of service in May 25, 2016.

After May 25, the unused grant funds will be the recipient of dump basic iTunes account and can use as usual, but will stop the monthly deposit. Apple iTunes has been notified by e-mail customer service subsidy will be terminated, but as to why terminate the existing long-service was not mentioned.

iTunes allows parents to grant to the child's account deposit amount of $ 10-50, grants can be used for normal iTunes Store gift card, or from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, Mac App Store purchased content, and even buy Apple Music membership.

If you want to manage family purchased from iTunes, Apple recommends that you use a shared family (Family Sharing) function. If you have any questions, I suggest you contact Apple "Apple Support" for help.
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