3 Year guarantee on Apple iMacs, iPads, Macbooks @ John Lewis
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3 Year guarantee on Apple iMacs, iPads, Macbooks @ John Lewis

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Found 28th Aug 2015
Get your iMacs and iPads and iStuff now with a free 3 year guarantee from John Lewis.
Buy now while stocks last - offer ends 24th September.

I'll start the ball rolling by voting it cold myself cos it's Apple

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I'll start the ball rolling by voting it cold myself cos it's Apple


This might just be the greatest thing anyone has ever said on their own deal.

Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not voted.

just-me

Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not … Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not voted.



​6 months

Really recommend the Apple 'airport express' for creating a roaming home wifi network, but this offer does not include the express.

Edited by: "deany76" 28th Aug 2015

Whether it's Apple or not is immaterial.
A three year warranty for no extra cost deserves heat.

just-me

Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not … Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not voted.



My 6 year old MacBook is still going strong. Apple hater?


Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a month ago?

fairdeals

Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a … Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a month ago?



Worth phoning them and asking they are usually pretty good 0345 604 9049

Also worth noting the price of the extended warranty,I know this deal covers for 3 years but the extended warranty covers accidental damage for 3 years and the prices have been reduced on this.for example a £1849 iMac costs just an extra £30 for 3 years cover,which IMO you'd be crazy not to take up.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 28th Aug 2015

fairdeals

Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a … Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a month ago?



£30 for 3 years cover. Wow amazing.

monkey1999

​6 months


You're mixing Samsung and Apple up. Apple release new products annually and Samsung release new phones every 6 months.

Apple acknowledges the obligations that apply to its products for 6 years if an item is "defective or if it does not conform with the contract of sale"
apple.com/uk/…ty/

I'll start the ball rolling by voting it cold myself cos it's Apple


DONE!

Great offer by John Lewis!

John Lewis warranty is so far not bad. Had a windows ASUS t100 tablet/laptop for 18m, warranty was 2 years. Great little machine initially, battery lasted most of the day, very light. Increasingly with updates etc standby battery life became a joke needing to switch off. However stupid machine wouldn't upgrade to Windows 10, kept crashing at the end. Phoned helpline - wasted 3 days following instructions but no joy - they were pretty knowledgeable. They asked me to take into store. Woman there was useless and didn't even know the basics. Left in store. Man phoned and they wanted to charge me £20 to upgrade to Windows 10 and couldn't understand I took it in because it wouldn;t upgrade.

Currently in their repair centre having been sent away. They gave me a replacement laptop which is a brick and useless. Hopefully would be returned fixed.

New Apple products release on September 25th this year then (_;) (_;) (_;)

rivalius

You're mixing Samsung and Apple up. Apple release new products annually … You're mixing Samsung and Apple up. Apple release new products annually and Samsung release new phones every 6 months.


In fairness, Apple are able to come up with new products every 6 months, it just takes another 6 months to decide how much they can sell them for.

eatmorefish

In fairness, Apple are able to come up with new products every 6 months, … In fairness, Apple are able to come up with new products every 6 months, it just takes another 6 months to decide how much they can sell them for.



​There hasn't been a "new" product for years just same old in a different case......

I just got myself a NUS extra card for £13 by signing upto a £9 online language course, posted lots of times here. Students can get 15% off MacBooks, the 3 yr AppleCare warranty is £48, plus you get a free pair of headphones which can be sold on eBay for £80-£100. Benefit of buying from Apple direct is the ability of being able to upgrade Ram, processor and memory.
Lots of other offers with NUS extra, I went to odeon the other day and paid £5.06, 25% off the student prices. The card will pay for itself in no time

rivalius

You're mixing Samsung and Apple up. Apple release new products annually … You're mixing Samsung and Apple up. Apple release new products annually and Samsung release new phones every 6 months.



​Sorry battery crap after 6 months or 6 days with my old ipad and samsung I can't keep up phone a month and if anything like my s5 piece crap

OrribleHarry

​There hasn't been a "new" product for years just same old in a different … ​There hasn't been a "new" product for years just same old in a different case......



​yep same camera in 4 4s 5 5s and 6 lmao

Sorry not worth it! The warranty on my MacBook Pro Retina was valueless and I was left with a £400 repair bill and no help from JL. JL customer service use to be great and worth paying for. I now avoid JL.

I'm after a macbook pro, can i ask you guys what you'd do as i'm undecided,John Lewis have it for £999 with 3 years guarantee OR Curry's/PC World have 10%Off which makes it £900 but with one year guarantee,which is the better deal???

stelthegooner

I'm after a macbook pro, can i ask you guys what you'd do as i'm … I'm after a macbook pro, can i ask you guys what you'd do as i'm undecided,John Lewis have it for £999 with 3 years guarantee OR Curry's/PC World have 10%Off which makes it £900 but with one year guarantee,which is the better deal???



Find a student, get both for cheaper.

stelthegooner

I'm after a macbook pro, can i ask you guys what you'd do as i'm … I'm after a macbook pro, can i ask you guys what you'd do as i'm undecided,John Lewis have it for £999 with 3 years guarantee OR Curry's/PC World have 10%Off which makes it £900 but with one year guarantee,which is the better deal???


Warranty, every time.

just-me

Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not … Apple products will be obsolete before the end of the guarantee. Not voted.



What a ridiculous attitude to have (and idiots are 'liking' it too)

For balance, I am a big Mac fan (not the burgers!), and always have at least 3 on the go, but wouldn't have an iPhone given to me.

Are you suggesting that it's wrong to bring out new products? And if the updates are not too major, then there's no need to upgrade, so where is the problem?

I'll add to the above, I have just sold a 2011 MacBook Air for £400, current price brand new is £749. Also, iPhone 5s still fetch £250 or so...

fairdeals

Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a … Could I reclaim the warranty for Apple products that I bought less than a month ago?


Bought an iPad Air 2 in jan. in February they had this offer on. Called them only to be refused. If only I had it sealed, I could have taken it back to get it though. Great eh?

@paul.... Link to online course please. Ps heat added.

Nice

There will be 44 new versions within that 3 years. cold.

I don't do apple but a 3 year warranty is good for the ones that use them. Have some heat

My apples normal so off after a week or two, so to guarantee them for 3 years is fab

Roll on when they price match Apple on Black Friday then later on in the year

You need apple 3 years warranty. As apple product are not good. Have been repair Iphone 3gs, 4, and 5s. Still have broken Mac book air 2010 in my house. Ram issue

And last but not least.
My iPhone 6 plus is on a bad batch. Isight camera problem. Apple service is getting worst each years. Apple products are below standard quality. My 6 plus is my last iPhone.

Apple stuff has had its day dunno why people keep buying them. As for Macbooks I had one for 6 months and got rid, it was deffo a case of style over function! anyone that wants to do more than browse etc look elsewhere. For example I returned 3 printers to PC World due to comparability issues, whereas with a PC you can simply buy ANY accessory and it will work. If you buy anything that is specifically for a Mac you automatically get charged more!

My I pad 1 is still going strong... As is my iPhone 4, 5 and 6plus and both my kids iPad Air 2's and these things have been used A LOT, I had one issue with my iPhone 4 ages ago and apple gave me a new one without question. Maybe I'm lucky? Or maybe all this apple bashing is just people trying to be trendy? Come on folks this is a good deal, you want to buy android? Do it just do t try to tell us Apple owners that were wrong and your right.... We own Apple products we already know were right lol

OrribleHarry

Apple stuff has had its day dunno why people keep buying them. As for … Apple stuff has had its day dunno why people keep buying them. As for Macbooks I had one for 6 months and got rid, it was deffo a case of style over function! anyone that wants to do more than browse etc look elsewhere. For example I returned 3 printers to PC World due to comparability issues, whereas with a PC you can simply buy ANY accessory and it will work. If you buy anything that is specifically for a Mac you automatically get charged more!



That's just laughable. I use a Mac daily for work and we build ecommerce software with them. We have over 60,000 customers using our platform. We work with merchants all over the world and macs are completely cross platform compatible. Also never experienced hardware compatibility issues. Canon, Brother, etc all fine. Even most oem stuff works.

If things don't work there's this wonderful resource called Google. Always a solution there.

brooky_agn

If things don't work there's this wonderful resource called Google. … If things don't work there's this wonderful resource called Google. Always a solution there.



​Ahh acknowledgement that things don't "just work"
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