In its quest to reduce its tax bill, Apple says it will offer its tax software for free to every user who buys its iOS, Mac, and Apple Watch.
Apple is the only tech company offering this free software, and it will be rolled out over the coming weeks to all iPhone and iPad owners.
Apple has been struggling to convince users to pay the high tax rate it pays on its profits to the government, which has been hovering at around 35 per cent for years.
Apple says that this free tax software is the “only tool” that will help users avoid paying taxes and that it is “the only company” offering it.
If you buy an Apple Watch and have it on your wrist, you will also be eligible to receive the free tax-free software.
This is a huge win for Apple, which is now facing a growing pressure from customers who have become disillusioned with the company’s insistence on making the world a better place through tax dodging.
For some, Apple’s free software will be the only tool they have to avoid paying their fair share of taxes.
Apple’s tax software offers an alternative to the many tax havens that the company has been accused of hiding.
In a bid to make it easier for its customers to use its services, Apple has announced that it will make Apple Pay, a payment app, available on Apple Watch as well as in the iTunes App Store.
Apple Pay will allow users to send and receive money in real time, without having to enter in their personal information.
This means that if you are on holiday and want to pay your local taxi driver in cash, you can do so, but your driver won’t know about it and won’t have to wait until you are back on the road to pay you.
It also means that you will no longer have to rely on a credit card to pay bills.
Apple Watch users will also get the ability to sync their Apple Pay account with their iCloud accounts, so they can easily send and withdraw money from and to their Apple Watch accounts without having access to their own bank account.
The Apple Watch will also have the ability “to securely and quickly share your Apple Watch data with Apple Pay” so that “you can see and manage your data and save it to your Apple Pay app.”
Apple Pay has been criticised for being too expensive for many customers, and many have complained that they can’t afford to pay a higher rate of tax than they would have been using an existing Apple device.
It has been suggested that many of Apple’s customers would prefer to buy the iPhone or iPad instead.
Apple also says that it wants to simplify its tax collection process by allowing consumers to “select and pay their taxes at their leisure” and “send their taxes and fees directly to their local tax office.”
As an added bonus, Apple Pay users will be able to use their Apple account to pay their Apple watch bill without needing to have it connected to their iCloud account.
All of these features have been welcomed by many in the tech community, who have called for Apple to offer tax software free of charge to its users.
The government has been pressing the company to make its tax payments as easy as possible for customers and has made a number of proposals to get its tax code under control.
Earlier this year, the Treasury announced a plan to reduce Apple’s UK tax bill by around 25 per cent by 2020.
This has led many in tech industry to argue that Apple should offer its customers tax-deferred status, which allows them to pay taxes in the UK tax system but avoid paying the tax rate on profits.
The Treasury also wants Apple to make the software free to use and for the first time make it available to the public.
The Government has also promised to give the tax-avoiding company a $1 billion loan to help it meet its “tax compliance obligations”.
The UK government has already agreed to grant Apple a free loan of up to £50 million, which will enable the company “to fund its tax compliance activities”.
If it is successful in getting these loan guarantees, Apple will be given a “special exemption” in order to avoid the burden of UK taxes.
In the UK, tax evasion is estimated to be worth £3.2 billion.
Apple currently has about $8.3 billion in cash and the company could use the cash to pay its taxes in a tax-sheltered account, which would mean it would not have to pay UK tax on its £4.3bn in profits.
However, many in tax-preparation circles have warned that Apple could easily run up debt, which could be a problem in the long run.
The technology giant’s tax bill could also rise if it is not able to comply with government requests for data from Apple.
If Apple’s executives were to make these demands, they would be required to give up information about customers’ Apple Watch activity, as well, which may have a negative impact on their business.
However if Apple fails to comply, the Government could