Yesterday I went to a local Apple Store to return an Apple Watch. It was delivered to me on June 2nd. Yesterday was the 16th, so I was well within the 14 day return period. But the Apple rep said I was past the 14 day return policy, (the portable reported this-I saw it on the screen too). How can Apple advertise a 14 day return policy from the date of DELIVERY when it appears to block it at the point of return on Day 14. I buy a ton of Apple gear and occasionally return an item, so this isn't the first time this has happened to me where on the 14th day the Apple rep tells me that the return period had expired. Has this happened to anyone else? Each time I had to show them the online Apple return Policy stating within 14 days of delivery and tracking information showing when it was delivered. Both times they took the items back, but made it sound like they were doing me a favor as if I were beyond the return period.