What happens when you get Apple care from a private seller. How does it work I suppose they have to put the piece of paper with it on in the box. The Apple is like a guarantee.
Thanks for that TiggrToo So I would have to ask the seller before I bought it not that he would likely give the information before I bought it.I hope you have a good weekend.It's important to note that only Apple or Apple authorized sellers can sell AppleCare or AppleCare+.
A device that is covered is then, well it's just covered. It's based on the serial # of the device in question. No paper based proof is needed or required.
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Thanks for that TiggrToo So I would have to ask the seller before I bought it not that he would likely give the information before I bought it.I hope you have a good weekend.
In the advert, he thinks it is a year. Bearing in mind it is a 2017 5k modal there should not be any problems with it anyway.I generally ask the seller for the serial number before purchase.
Check this on Apple's site and it will let you know how long is left on the warranty (other its the standard 1 year or Applecare+ etc).
The warranty is tied to the device rather then the person - although if you can get a copy of the original invoice then even better.
Sounds very fishy without solid proof. A seller should be able to provide a written Proof of Coverage certificate, which is what Apple emails an owner after purchasing Applecare. It looks like this (my device-specific info is blanked out):In the advert, he thinks it is a year. Bearing in mind it is a 2017 5k modal there should not be any problems with it anyway.
Thanks for that, hope you are having a good weekend. I looked at the add again and saw that it was collect in person, the person is the other side of the country so no good anyway.Never EVER buy "AppleCare" from a 3rd party seller who will send you only a "registration number" -- who tells you "that's all you need".
Most (all?) of these are SCAMS. The "registration numbers" are phony.
A long-running thread from this forum, years ago.
It is not the Apple store the name of the place is So no Applecare.What I think is buy from the Apple Refurb store where you get Apple's one year warranty, option to buy Applecare+ for your product, like-new condition, and the same easy return policy as with brand new products.