iMac warranty

Discussion in 'iMac' started by Serban, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. Serban Suspended

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    We all know that Apple on almost every country offers 1 year of warranty
    But i ask you that if you buy ,an imac for example ,from an UE country member the warranty from that reseller or shop is at minimum of 2 years.
    Is this correct ?
     
  2. tillsbury macrumors 65816

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    Different countries have minimum guarantee periods depending upon their local laws. The way to find out is to look for the detailed information on the local apple website.

    With many of these, the in-country guarantee is dictated by law, but is not applicable if you take the machine out of the country. So you can't get additional warranty by choosing the country you buy from, only by living there.
     
  3. Serban, Oct 23, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2014

    Serban thread starter Suspended

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    yes but i know the UE law is saying that warranty in every country must be 2 years for the electronics...i know that in UK is 4-5 years thats not my case..

    So is a country with just 1 warranty UE member?
     

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