2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 31, 2007 5:17 AM by First Magus
robotbarracuda Level 1 (0 points)
I bought my MacBook almost a year ago and I want to purchase AppleCare for it ASAP. However, I do not have the receipt and when I entered my serial number to see the exact date it was purchased, I got this message: "Our records indicate that your product is covered under Apple’s Limited Warranty. This coverage is estimated to expire on 05-Dec-2007. If you believe that this information is inaccurate, learn how to update your coverage date. Please put your sales receipt in a safe place. You will need it for warranty validation." I have had no problems with my MacBook so far, but I am worried about my lack of receipt if I need to have a repair done in the future. I also do not want to buy AppleCare only to be told that it is essentially worthless if I do not have the receipt for my MacBook. Do they really ask for the receipt?

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.4.10)