iOS and Mac users can now benefit from a 14-day refund period on purchases of digital goods through the EU iTunes Store. This is a recent change to the Apple's previous refund policy, and it remains exclusive to European users at this time likely to comply with the Consumer Rights Directive put forth by the European Union.
According to the new terms, Apple will refund digital goods purchases within 14-days of a cancellation request via the same payment method although there is a catch. To prevent abuse of this policy, Apple reserves the right to refuse a refund should you open the app, eBook, movie, or song that you seek a refund for at any time after purchasing.
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