Originally Posted by Maestro64
That is the exact problem, the FTC has forced Apple's hand (wonder what is real back story) they have now reinforce the idea that people do not need to be responsible for their actions.
But this was before Apple absolved themselves thereof. They have a toggle switch now to turn off in-app purchases entirely.
They cannot be sued over this ever again, not only because they already have been, but because they have everything in place available to the user that is required to prevent it from happening.
Originally Posted by maccherry
The app maker make a watered down product and then ask you to add on to it, at a price, to make it the way it should have been at time of download.
This is legal and allowed by Apple. Get over it and just buy the full version.
Originally Posted by Gatorguy
That would not be in Apple's interest. It's important for those young users to be committed to Apple's ecosystem and become Apple consumers when they reach adulthood.
Is Apple a parent? Then why would you say this?