applecare

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by tbluhp, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. tbluhp
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    is it too late to purchase apple care for my iphone5, macbook pro and time capsule? I just want in today to get TC fixed and boy it's expensive.
     
  2. ezramoore
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    Don't you think we might need to know when you purchased each of those items to give you a realistic answer?
     
  3. justperry
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    And you could also read iPhone 5, now how old is an iPhone 5:p

    But, in essence you are right, how the hell should we able to answer without it.
     
  4. ezramoore
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    Are you calling me a idiot, agreeing with me, or both?
     
  5. Dave Braine
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    Wouldn't you have to buy Applecare for each item? That would be a tad expensive. Over the past 5 years or so I've been involved with 6 Macs and 3 iPhones and not needed Applecare for any of them, so saved myself a lot of money.
     
  6. Weaselboy
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    You have to buy Applecare for the iPhone within 30 days of the time you bought the phone and within one year on the Macbook. The TC would be covered if you bought it at the same time as the Macbook.
     

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