4164 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 28, 2010 4:42 PM by BGreg
This gets discussed periodically, and there's no firm and final answer. There have been published instances where Apple has honored the warranty on a mini for other issues, even though someone, for example, added more memory. There have been other cases where Apple has made it difficult for the owner, but as I recall, in the end does the right thing. Clearly, if someone upgrades something and causes some other issue, Apple isn't going to warranty the collateral damage.