Apple announced that it will provide additional credit to users when they transfer money from their credit card to their accounts via the Apple ID, to make purchases for applications from Apple App Store or tracks from iTunes, as well as the cloud service iCloud, the additional 10% of the amount transferred to the Apple ID account.
According to The Verge, Apple users can charge the account by going to the settings and selecting iTunes & App Store, through which they can access the Apple ID.
Clicking on them will show a special window showing the terms and conditions of shipping the account with the company announcement of the date of use of the additional credit.
The report also explained that the feature is available for the desktop version of iTunes. Access can be accessed by logging into the account, clicking on the “View My Account” icon and selecting Apple ID.
Once you click on any of the available shipping options, you will be added directly to the account, Confirm the process by entering a password or Touch ID.
Apple users can typically use these methods with Apple ID
Most credit and debit cards
Store credit, from redeeming gift cards or from adding funds to Apple ID
Country- or region-specific additional methods