You can buy applecare after one year

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by WillMak, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. WillMak macrumors 6502a

    Jul 29, 2005
    My friend says you can buy the applecare after the one year original warranty is up. True? Here is the conversation:

    ah i see...too late for applecare tho
    i can renew it anytime within 3 years of purchase
    says where
    renew? you never even purchased it!
    says the genius bar
    nope can only extend within one year of purchase
    applecare extension is only 2 years to your 1 year that you get when you buy the thing
    nope because applecare is 3 years total from date of purchase and is not prorated
    so they make more money the longer you wait to buy it
    even so, you can't get it after one year from original purchase
    but I was told by Glendale Apple that as long as its within the 3 years of purchase I can get applecare or procare. Because when I was there getting my macbook serviced someone was getting his ibook fixed and he bought procare well after his 1st year
    5:00 PM
    lol not enough responses in that thread
    don't look!
    point it out on apple's website
    i am looking at it now and it says nothing. So if I bought it online Apple would have to legally give my money back
    never says anything about it on the apple website
    " •
    • You can purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan anytime within the one-year limited warranty period. Your eligibility for coverage under the AppleCare Protection Plan starts from your hardware purchase date."
    You've told me this before and I believed you
    but it was wrong
    now I can't buy applecare anymore
    why dont you call applecare
    it never says you cant after your one year period
    it just says you can and it wont effect your one year period
    You're the only one that seems to think this is true!
    5:05 PM
    You're like Galileo saying the Earth is round
    when everyone is sayinf it's flat
    Why don't you just call applecare
    I was told by an Apple employee that it made no difference when I bought it
    because it really does make no difference if they are going to warranty your **** for 3 years max from date of purchase
    you gain nothing from waiting and they gain more for you waiting
    that may be true but it sounds like that apple employee was on crack

    so is it true? I WANT TO KNOW!!!
  2. fivetoadsloth macrumors 65816


    Aug 15, 2006
    After the one year is up you can not buy applecare any longer, sorry.
  3. bobcan macrumors 6502a


    Jan 8, 2007
    Sunny but Cold.. Canada
    Not sure...

    Seems like an Argument Best Solved by talking to APPLE :apple:...

    Perhaps like a Glass Policy on a Vehicle w/ some Insurers, you may be required to have "the Vehicle" inspected to allow it to be Insured after the One Year Period is up...???!! That would mean No Goofy "Buy IT Now That It's Broken" sort of Deals!! :cool:

    I would have waited to Buy a Policy til needed if I didn't Crash My Car into a tree too!! :D
  4. Grimace macrumors 68040


    Feb 17, 2003
    with Hamburglar.
    Nope, Apple doesn't budge on this. You won't be able to register the AppleCare to your computer's serial of the DOP was over a year ago.
  5. ivi7 macrumors 6502a


    Sep 17, 2007
    I wish it could be bought after a year but agreed Apple does not entertain customers after the first year is over.
  6. rdowns macrumors Penryn


    Jul 11, 2003
    Let me fire up Common Sense 2.0

    I let my 1 year warranty lapse.
    My computer takes a dump.
    I go buy AppleCare and expect Apple to pay for the repair.

  7. WillMak thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Jul 29, 2005
    Then I am friend is trying to be a lawyer too...

    That's what I thought also! It makes absolutely no sense! Sigh...despite this I still listened to him because he said an employee told him so.

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