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Millions of Apple Users May Be Eligible to Claim Part of a $25 Million Settlement

If you’re subscribed to one of Apple’s services — including Apple Music and Apple TV+ — you could be eligible for a piece of tech giant’s $25 million settlement of a class action lawsuit.

The case, Walter Peters v. Apple Inc., alleged that Apple was running “deceptive and misleading” advertisements for its Family Sharing feature which allows as many as six users to use Apple’s subscription-based apps like News+, Music, TV+, and Arcade, in a story first reported by MacRumors.

The ads were run across “virtually all” of the Apple App Store’s subscription-based apps even though app developers of third-party apps had the choice to opt out of allowing a singular subscription to be shared by multiple people. In turn, most of the apps did not actually support the family sharing feature.

Read the source article at The Street

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