2293 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Apr 3, 2011 7:34 AM by theundefeted123
Probably not. Generally the warranty is good in the country of original purchase
You can call Apple and ask.powerbook g4, iMac 20, Mac OS X (10.6.4), Time Capsule, iphone 3gs, iphone 4, ipod, ipod touch
Like Roaming already said, probably not, but you could certainly sell your phone before you move to the US, then purchase the phone from either AT&T or Verizon and since you'd be a new customer, you'd get the fully subsidized price. You'd of course back your phone up fully before you sell it, then when you get your new phone in the US, you'd just activate and set up the phone from your back up.......Asus Laptop, iPhone 4 and Very Happy With It!
He probably has a factory unlocked iphone and in which he probably doesn't need to sell if it is factory unlocked iphone.HP Pavilion DV2812tx, HP DV4-1504tx, Windows 7, iPod Hi-Fi, iPhone 4 32 GB Black
Apple's wording is that they may restrict warranty service to country of purchase.
That doesn't mean they will. I just had my Australian iPhone 4 replaced here in Canada using the regular mail-in service option, but I suspect that had a lot to do with both countries selling unlocked iPhones directly from Apple.
If you have an iPhone you bought from Rogers, Bell, Telus etc. I say forget it.
If you have an unlocked iPhone, I'd imagine if you walk into a random US Apple Store they simply won't touch it, but I'd definitely enquire about coverage under the mail-in service. Even in Canada, return boxes & replacement iPhones ship out of the US, so it wouldn't cost them any more to honour your warranty and you'd just ship your dead phone to Canada.
Ok thanks everyone for your responses !
So that means I will still have the coverage but I'll need to contact Apple from canada and i'll use their mailing service ? because my iphone is factory unlocked and im kinda confused.
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I'm not sure if Apple in U.S would do any help because Apple in U.S don't have factory unlocked iphone and it is likely that they won't carry any in stock. So if you have problem with your phone in U.S you will have to send it back to Canada. I'm sure they will need your Canadian address as they would only ship within Canada. If your relatives or your family lives in Canada, you can mail it to them and have them take it to the apple store and have it checked out and have your family or relative send it back to you.HP Pavilion DV2812tx, HP DV4-1504tx, Windows 7, iPod Hi-Fi, iPhone 4 32 GB Black