Link. He is a very strange man.
Link. Words are tricky things.
Link. Considering this for our kids.
Link. I want what he’s smoking.
Link. Google threw it away. Never recovered.
Link. DeLong makes case for rational prices.
Link. Most Apps would have been yanked immediately.
Link. Simplest is no credit card, buy credit separately.
Link. Paging Apple accessibility program.
Link. It’s possible to be too clever. Restriction management is a beast.
The “iTunes”, “card” and “gift” branding are insanely confusing. These are all ways to put credit into a “Apple Store” account — except “Apple Store Cards” are for buying things through physical Apple Stores, unless, of course, one is buying them through an online Apple Store.
Sheesh. What a train wreck. Apple has a lot of branding rework to do.
Anyway, multiple ways to get App/Media/iTunes credit to someone who doesn’t have a credit card or bank account. Including iTunes Pass (never heard of it) where someone can bring cash to an Apple Store and get credit. There’s even a way to buy months of iTunes music streaming.
Link. There is so much to learn and so many tricks and traps.