We believe Apple Care is something that every Mac owner should have, but there’s a lot you should know about what it covers, what it does not cover, and how to get the maximum benefit out of your Apple Care warranty. We’ve put together a ton of resources for you which are all listed below.

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Apple Certified Refurbished Links (USA Link)

Apple Care Coverage Checker (Works Internationally):

Apple’s Current List of Product Recalls

Alternative to Apple Care (Square Trade) COVERS LIQUID/PHYSICAL DAMAGE
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2 Responses

  1. Mike

    Hi Dave
    what a great video Thanx
    what do you think about Apple care for the Apple watch 42 mm sport version ?
    i don`t know if i should get one my watch, i`m a guy that take care of my stuff
    all the best too you and your Team
    best wishes from Mike from germany

  2. Phil

    Thanks for the video, very interesting.

    Can I just make one comment about Apple Care in the UK. You correctly state that we have the Sale of Goods Act (1979) which last up-to six years. Unfortunately in Scotland it only lasts for up-to five years, apparently.

    Also, you can get a refund on the item if you discover the fault early (within three to four weeks) and that your contract is with the retailer NOT the manufacturer. If the fault occurs after six months the onus is on the customer to show the item was not of satisfactory quality, which may mean getting an expert report. If the retailer refuses to redress the problem you can pursue a case in the county court and costs such as expert reports can be recouped in the action.

    Unsurprisingly, most retailers deny all knowledge of this act and can take some considerable persuading that you have a right to repair, full/partial refund or replacement.

    A national newspaper conducted a survey where Apple came out top of the list of retailers with staff being the most helpful and all their managers were aware of the act.

    Lastly, the new Consumer Rights Act 2015 also introduces a short-time right to reject items. This gives customers up to 30 days to get a full refund on most returned faulty goods. Consumers will only have to accept one repair, or one replacement, before they can get a refund, which is designed to help consumers avoid getting stuck in a loop of failed repairs.

    (From Scotland)