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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Cristian, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. Cristian macrumors 6502

    Cristian

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    OK so my mac books warranty ends in June so I wanted to know what are the years that I can extend it to and whats the best and most reliable warranty I should get. I would look it up but I'm dumb when it comes to looking those things up.
     
  2. aljlin macrumors regular

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    Well as far as the warranty from Apple itself, there is Applecare, which you have heard about. However, the longest it will go is another 2 years, as applecare only extends the warranty to 3 years past the purchase date which 2 years from June isn't that bad. However, not sure what other warrantys exist out there that you could get. I haven't heard other ones, except maybe getting insurance, but not sure what the requirements are for those. Applecare requires you to sign up before the warranty ends for your Apple product, meaning before the 1 year mark after you purchased your computer. It sucks that it doesn't extend it 3 years past purchase date, but 2 an additional 2 years isn't too bad. Reminder, if you are a student, you can get the applecare for a much cheaper price.
     
  3. Cristian thread starter macrumors 6502

    Cristian

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    OK thanks for the reply I should extended soon.
     

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