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App brings iOS 7 users 12 days of free gifts from Apple, starting Thursday

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App brings iOS 7 users 12 days of free gifts from Apple, starting Thursday
If you own an Apple iPhone or Apple iPad, Apple has a number of little holiday presents for you, but first you must download and install the free "12 Days of Gifts" app from the App Store. Starting on Thursday, December 26th, Apple will give away free apps, movies, music and books through the app. Each day's freebie will be made available for 24 hours with the last one available on January 6th.

The "12 Days of Gifts" app is available now as a free download from the App Store. To make sure that you don't miss out the first day's gift, perhaps you should install the app now. We should point out that this app requires iOS 7, so if you haven't updated your iDevice, now might be a good time to do so. Also, Apple says that not all of the free items it is offering over the next 12 days is available in every country.

If you'd like to get a present from Apple every day for 12 days, head over to the App Store and take care of business. It's a free download and the presents are free, so what are you waiting for?

source: 12daysofGifts via Sun-Sentinel

Update: The first 'gift' is now available from the "12 Days of Gifts" app. It is a download of four Justin Timberlake tunes from his performance earlier this year at the iTunes Festival. The tunes include SexyBack (Live), Take Back The Night (Live), True Blood (Live) and TKO (Live).


source: AppleInsider

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