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If you have a credit card assigned to your account as well as a gift card, purchases will use the gift card first as a rule. Only when the gift card is consumed or can not cover the entire cost of the purchase will money be deducted from your credit card.
Open up iTunes Highlight "Music" in the Sidebar Click on "View" in the Menu Bar (that will open a drop-down menu) Go down the drop down menu and click on "Show Music in the Cloud" Your songs/albums will now be visible.
Even using the same Apple ID there is no requirement to load the same apps onto different devices. I have an iPad and iPhone with my AppleID and completely separate sets of apps on them. Assuming you're using iCloud, it might help to have the same email address accessible on both. You can download apps with a different account to the one setup on the ...
"For avoidance of doubt" is legal speak for "let me summarize this in a way that handles any and all cases I might not have explicitly called out in any clause in the contract". It's a catch-all term used to say "this is it". It can cap damages or dues or liability. Here's a good example and explanation: Contract clauses beginning with the phrase, “For ...
An iTunes Card is Apple's version of a Gift Card. It comes in a different range of values ($10, $15, $25, $50 or $100) and it can be used to redeem any item of the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and Mac App Store. An iTunes Card Generator is a software which allegedly generates these gift codes, so that you can acquire anything from the ...
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