Apple won’t let you abuse its 14-day EU return policy

There was a lot of speculation around what Apple’s no-questions-asked return policy would mean for developers and other content creators after it was put into place in the EU last month, and now we finally have an answer: it probably won’t mean all that much, as Apple won’t let customers abuse it. It appears that if Apple detects too many refunds being made within a short period of time, it’ll cut off the ability for an account to return digital purchases. Presumably, refunds may still be made at Apple’s discretion — as they are elsewhere in the world — but the ability to get a refund anytime you want won’t be possible.

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