Cancel a Reserved iP4 at the Apple Store

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by dschima, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. dschima macrumors newbie

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    So I was able to get through and place an order. I was originally going to have my phone shipped to my college apartment as I live an hour from my parents' home, but then I read that apple will only ship to the billing address (my parents' house) so I opted to have it reserved at the apple store closer to my apartment. I then read that I have to be an authorized/primary user on the att account in order to pick up my reserved phone and I didn't want to hassle with all that. I went through the order process a second time and just decided to have it shipped to my parents' house and just make the drive next week. My question is, do I have to cancel the reserved phone I ordered the first time or will the apple store simply give it to someone else when I don't show up? Thanks!
     
  2. rwilliams macrumors 68040

    rwilliams

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    Durham, NC
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    If you don't pick up the phone, they will sell it the next day. But it's probably best to cancel the reservation anyway.
     
  3. Screwtape macrumors regular

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    On the Apple Store, after you order, you can go to the order status and change the shipping address to whatever you want. I haven't done it, but the option is there.
     
  4. RS232 macrumors regular

    RS232

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    I cancelled my reserved 32GB at the store as soon I received a confirmation email that they were going deliver my pre-order by 24th June.

    I thought it would be fair to let someone else have it! I know that the store would just kill off the reserve by the end of the day, but I rather try to make someone else happy on that day ... well, someone in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey! :)
     
  5. ScubaCinci macrumors 65816

    ScubaCinci

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    Cincinnati OH
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    There should be a cancel link at the bottom of your email confirmation
     

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