Apple extends product warranties

05 June 2014

Apple extends product warranties in Australia

Apple has extended its warranties on Macs and iOS devices in Australia from 12 to 24 months.

Word on the street is that Apple changed their warranty structure to comply with Australian consumer law, where it explains that warranties should be valid for a “reasonable” period of time.

Apple are still fairly hush hush about this change, and won’t voluntarily offer this information to you in store. The good news is that all of your Macbooks, iMacs, iPhones, iPads, iPods etc can be fixed by AppleCare within two years of purchase. A win for all of us Mac lovers.

More information about Apple’s warranty changes

For more info, visit Cult of Mac’s Apple warranty blog entry.

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