Apple return policy

Ulf1103

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Jan 5, 2011
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Hy

I've read on the Apple site, that if you want to return a Mac,
you have to do so within 14 days.
Then they will give you your money back.

But I was wondering,
do they give you the total amount you had spent on it back?
f.e. a 2000$ Mac -> return -> 2000$ refund?

Or do they only give back 90% or so?


(If you had buyed Apple Care with it, do they refund the Apple Care as well?)
 
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derrranged

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Jun 20, 2012
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Hy

I've read on the Apple site, that if you want to return a Mac,
you have to do so within 14 days.
Then they will give you your money back.

But I was wondering,
do they give you the total amount you had spent on it back?
f.e. a 2000$ Mac -> return -> 2000$ refund?

Or do they only give back 90% or so?


(If you had buyed Apple Care with it, do they refund the Apple Care as well?)
14 days on everything in the store*, full refund assuming it is not damaged…Apple does not do restocking fees.

*Carrier activated iPhones have 30 days return policy due to carrier requirements. Apple Unlocked iPhones are not activated and thus are 14 days.
 

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