Apple is one of the most popular technology companies in the world, and its products are known for their high quality and reliability. However, even the best products can break

Apple is one of the most popular technology companies in the world, and its products are known for their high quality and reliability. However, even the best products can break down, and that’s where warranties come in.

In this article, we will discuss how long Apple’s warranties last, what they cover, and what you can do if your product is not covered by warranty.

Apple’s Basic Warranty

Apple offers a one-year limited warranty on all of its products. This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship. If your product breaks down within the first year, you can take it to an Apple Store or authorized service provider for free repair or replacement.

Apple Care

In addition to the basic warranty, Apple also offers Apple Care, which is an extended warranty that provides additional coverage for up to two years. Apple Care covers accidental damage, such as drops and spills, as well as other issues that are not covered by the basic warranty.

What Is Covered by Apple’s Warranty?

Apple’s warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship. This means that if your product breaks down due to a manufacturing defect, it is covered by warranty. However, there are some things that are not covered by warranty, such as:

Damage caused by accident, abuse, or neglect
Damage caused by unauthorized modifications or repairs
Damage caused by natural disasters or other acts of God

What to Do If Your Product Is Not Covered by Warranty

If your product is not covered by warranty, you may still be able to get it repaired or replaced. However, you will be responsible for the cost of repairs.

You can take your product to an Apple Store or authorized service provider for an estimate. If the cost of repairs is more than the value of the product, you may want to consider buying a new one.

Conclusion

Apple’s warranties provide good coverage for most products. However, it is important to understand what is covered and what is not. If you have any questions about your warranty, you can contact Apple customer support.


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