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AppleCare - Macbook / Air Pro 13" £100.00 from CEX (£2.50 delivery)

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Lots of Apple lovers on HUKD so this will be we received by all. Great deal - Half the price from the Apple store and extends warranty to 3 years.

AppleCare Protection Plan
For up to three years from your computer's original purchase date, the AppleCare Protection Plan gives you direct, one-stop access to Apple's award-winning telephone technical support for questions about Apple hardware, Mac OS X, iLife, and iWork. And you get global repair coverage for your Mac — both parts and labor — through convenient service options.

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    weiran
    Good price, well worth it.
    MrNige
    Easily the best price out there.
    hamzaalg9
    I bought mine £130 and I thought it was cheap
    sparky21
    Can't quite understand why this is being voted cold
    lee332211
    stupid question, would this be ok for a macbook air 11 inch?
    andymagic
    I bought Applecare from CEX a couple of years ago, there was no contained in the packaging, got a refund fairly easily, but was still hassle.
    DarrylJohn
    Don't see the point in this.

    http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/

    You're paying that for an extra years warranty. (you now get 2 years warranty I believe on apple products under EU Consumer Law)
    mieciux
    DarrylJohn
    Don't see the point in this.

    http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/

    You're paying that for an extra years warranty. (you now get 2 years warranty I believe on apple products under EU Consumer Law)


    This gives you 3 years warranty, not 2.

    Most CEX deals get cold votes as people do not know how to deal with them. Sure you can come across some problems but this is what PayPal payment is for
    Geekboy2k
    Do these cover Retina models?
    spraint
    DarrylJohn
    Don't see the point in this.

    http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/

    You're paying that for an extra years warranty. (you now get 2 years warranty I believe on apple products under EU Consumer Law)


    You get no warranty under EU rules - only a minimum 2 year guarantee. Guarantees are not warranties.
    tomwatts
    If you can register instore infront of them do that, I've had a fake from CeX before and it was a nightmare to get a refund on it. In the end I bought from PCWorld last year when they had a fantastic half-price sale on apple warranties :)
    snakeybidder
    People by this need bupa care....
    snakeybidder
    Never cease to amaze this apple race...
    tony3
    Worth the £100 considering your 13 inch Mac will sure to have a disk failure within the 3 year timeframe and Apple will want £130 to replace the disk with a new supported model. (Cheaper in the US)
    My local Apple stores have reported that many MacBook Air SSD's are failing too so Apple Care for those machine are essential considering very few people make the proprietary SSD interface Apple uses.
    Having said all that, the MacBookAir and MacBookPro 13 inch models now selling are very simple in design with just about all functionality being driven by the CPU. And since Intel make the CPU it's of a very high standard in quality.
    So I predict the most modern non-Retina models 13 inch and below lasting a very long time.

    - tonymac
    andymagic
    snakeybidder
    Never cease to amaze this apple race...


    You never cease to amaze, with your basic grasp of the English language. I know it's a tough language to learn, but you should really put some effort in, particularly when trying to mock (google it) others.



    Edited By: andymagic on Apr 10, 2013 14:35

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