Returning iPhone without lighting lead.

Littleman

macrumors regular
Original poster
Mar 5, 2008
104
5
I have today returned by black scuffed iPhone 5 back to apple (courier picked up at work today).
I am due to receive my new one tomorrow.

My wife took the charging lead to work and I couldn't find hers anywhere before boxing it up. It is therefore 'sans' lightning adapter.

My question is, will I get charged for the missing lead?

Cheers

Mark
 

BFizzzle

macrumors 68020
May 31, 2010
2,443
0
Austin TX
idk about online but at apple stores they just give you a phone. none of the accessories when replaced.
 
Comment

dotme

macrumors 6502a
Oct 18, 2011
936
88
Iowa
I have today returned by black scuffed iPhone 5 back to apple (courier picked up at work today).
I am due to receive my new one tomorrow.

My wife took the charging lead to work and I couldn't find hers anywhere before boxing it up. It is therefore 'sans' lightning adapter.

My question is, will I get charged for the missing lead?

Cheers

Mark
Hopefully ALL you sent back was the iPhone. Apple sends replacement phones, but not replacement accessories. Always hold on to your charger, cable and earpods :)
 
Comment

Littleman

macrumors regular
Original poster
Mar 5, 2008
104
5
Nope, apple said they would be sending me a brand new, sealed iPhone (included accessories and all) to replace mine.
 
Comment

Givmeabrek

macrumors 68040
Apr 20, 2009
3,396
1,106
NY
The idea is to wait until you get the replacement!! Then you would be able to return your phone and whatever accessories that you needed. Why would you jump the gun before you had the answer?? :confused:
 
Comment

MistaGavin

macrumors member
Sep 17, 2012
92
0
I sent mine back sans cable as well. Don't mind if I get charged $19 for it...as they are rare as hens teeth where I am.
 
Comment
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.