Apple has proposed paying compensation to US parents whose children made in-app purchases without their permission.
The iPod-maker had been sued over allegations it had failed to "adequately" publicise that child-targeted games in its App Store included the facility.
A judge will consider the proposal on 1 March.
Apple acknowledged it would need to tell more than 23 million iTunes account holders they might qualify.
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