Yep - Apple is the manufacturer, and they issue the warranty - which, in part, states that they will provide remedy if there is a defect in materials or workmanship (or words to that effect). So if you need to exchange, you can deal with them - and it's a "warranty claim" - doesn't matter where it was purchased.yeah i meant exchange
This keeps coming up and continues to be debunked. Many have been able to return their devices after being disgusted with the subpar QC for this launch. I am one of those people. Just search this forum to find similar results for yourself.Keep in mind that any exchange through them will be a warranty replacement . meaning that they will replace the Phone only, It will not be a retail replacement.
because of this if you do that and continue to have issues or decide you dont like the phone, you option to return the phone in 30 days for a refund will no longer apply (even if you bring it back to the place of purchase)
once you make a warranty claim your return window vanishes.
Sure if they bought it from apple. but not if they bought it from someone else.This keeps coming up and continues to be debunked. Many have been able to return their devices after being disgusted with the subpar QC for this launch. I am one of those people. Just search this forum to find similar results for yourself.
Yes. I bought an iPad from Best Buy and a week later exchanged at an Apple store due to a defect. No questions asked, as long as the defect is genuine and the product is still covered under warranty.If i buy an iPhone 5 from either Verizon, best buy or radio shack and it comes defected will i be able to return it to an apple store?