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Apple Is Forced By EU To Give 2 Years Warranty On All Its Products 270

Posted by samzenpus
from the genius-bar-working-twice-as-hard dept.
dsmalle writes "Apple has adapted its warranty to cover 2 years, under pressure of the European Union and after European consumer organizations sued Apple. From the article: 'The warranty conditions have been changed and these changes can be found on the website of Apple. Products that are purchased on the website of the manufacturer or in stores are now under warranty for two years, as it is required by the EU warranty guidelines. However, the warranty for Apple products that have been purchased elsewhere will not change and they will only be given a limited one-year warranty.'"
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Apple Is Forced By EU To Give 2 Years Warranty On All Its Products

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