its still didnt say exactly what warranty for coverage.
so far just only those
- Your Mac computer
- Included accessories such as the power adapter
- Apple memory (RAM)
- AirPort Express Base Station, AirPort Extreme Base Station, or Time Capsule2
- Apple USB SuperDrive (for MacBook Pro with Retina display, MacBook Air, and Mac mini only)
- Apple display purchased with your Mac
just wondering what exactly accesories they cover.
You don't want to arouse Prof. Kappy's ire.....
On portables, the AppleCare extension is very recommendable if you use the Mac for important stuff and depend on it.
BTW, Kappy, did today's interface changes and restrictions impact any of your excellent guides?
u seem like the ire's person at the first comment. so far, u being nice again. at least u willing to find me some informations for me. i think i should purchased that apple care. but i gonna purcahsed outside of apple store. its 100 bucks differ. but need to sign the VIP membership... headache headache....
I don't think so. I've converted them all back to plain text formatting to try and avoid all the reformatting that was required.
Did they fix this:
- line one
- line two
- line three
No, guess not. Didn't fix numbered lists either. It did screw up the help and solved emails. The image links are gone.
wait, u saying in 24 years u using the apple's product such as mac or macbook and never buy the apple care 3 years warranty!!! u never got prob with ur mac's product at all? never has any issues?
*Sigh* It's really irksome to have them add yet more annoyance to the people doing their job. But yes, at least on this end the list looks ok. Here's a return test:
- The day after
Just be sure the AppleCare comes in a sealed box and that Apple's systems recognize your registration immediately, cause there are con artists out there selling fake AC kits. Check the status here: https://expresslane.apple.com/ProductSelector.action Be sure to select the country where the Mac was purchased.
In my case haven't been as luck as the Prof. In all of this century's Macs I've owned, the price of AC was more than offset by the needed repairs it covered.
im not worry about the store that im gonna purcahased. i always looking at their website first i need something. they really has the pretty good deal. and just the only store in whole U.S. just in new york. they have quite long time reputation. so, do u think should i get the apple care or not?