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I was having same problem for my new app - submitted a question to apple support - they replied: The In-App Purchases section of your app’s product page will contain the top In-App Purchases for the app only after a minimum purchase requisite has been reached. If the number of completed In-App Purchases doesn’t exceed the minimum threshold, this ...


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To make sure people are not browsing the web, disable the web. That is, set up a proxy server that blocks access to external websites – Squid or Privoxy would work – and configure the iPad to use that proxy server for everything. Then block direct connections (without a proxy) in your firewall.


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From your question, it seems you're mainly concerned with wanting to keep (or return to) iOS 9.1? If that's the case, then just don't update. If, however, you're concerned with your data, such as contacts, text messages, photos, etc then updating to iOS 9.3.1 is not going to result in you losing any of this data. If for some reason you've had to erase ...


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You must have a valid payment method in your account, even for free apps.


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No, the stock/standard Apple apps can't be deleted. You can delete individual podcasts or iBooks, but not the apps themselves. Hopefully, Apple will allow this in a future iOS release.



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