3 yr guarantee Apple products @ JohnLewis
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3 yr guarantee Apple products @ JohnLewis

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Found 9th Dec 2017
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John Lewis is now offering 3yr guarantee instead of 2yr for IPad and Macbook
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I think this comes and goes. I got a 3 year warranty when I bought a new MacBook in January.
osrick1 m ago

I think this comes and goes. I got a 3 year warranty when I bought a new …I think this comes and goes. I got a 3 year warranty when I bought a new MacBook in January.


Nice! Normally they have 2yr guarantee. This offer ends on the 22nd of December
Apple reseller Stormfront always has this offer
HotBot12 m ago

Apple reseller Stormfront always has this offer


Seriously? They called themselves Stormfront?
The way Apple products are built and build quality they go and go for years .
anyone know difference between apple applecare protection and apples consumer right, which is for 6 years.

the main thing i could see is accidental damage cover (twice)

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xPabloz41 m ago

anyone know difference between apple applecare protection and apples …anyone know difference between apple applecare protection and apples consumer right, which is for 6 years.the main thing i could see is accidental damage cover (twice)https://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/


Basically if the fault is with the product through poor design, workmanship etc then they have to fix it.

Let's say you had a Macbook and after 4 years the hinge broke, but you never dropped it, hardly used the thing and it should be expected it would last that length of time. It shouldn't have broken, it was a design flaw or poorly made. You are entitled to a fix free of charge.

This is standard across anything you purchase from anyone - the difficulty is proving it wasn't because you abused the product.

Also it excludes things that are not expected to last that long. For example a battery only has a finite lifetime before it turns to crap, so you wouldn't be able to get a new free battery in 5 years under the regulations.
HotBot1 h, 38 m ago

Apple reseller Stormfront always has this offer


Do you have to quote mein kampf to get it?
thats crazy that.. u only get one year wi iPhones... imagine 3 year warranty on an iphone... woooo
plebbygiraffe1 h, 22 m ago

Basically if the fault is with the product through poor design, …Basically if the fault is with the product through poor design, workmanship etc then they have to fix it.Let's say you had a Macbook and after 4 years the hinge broke, but you never dropped it, hardly used the thing and it should be expected it would last that length of time. It shouldn't have broken, it was a design flaw or poorly made. You are entitled to a fix free of charge.This is standard across anything you purchase from anyone - the difficulty is proving it wasn't because you abused the product.Also it excludes things that are not expected to last that long. For example a battery only has a finite lifetime before it turns to crap, so you wouldn't be able to get a new free battery in 5 years under the regulations.


Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a laptop in ‘15 and hinges are loose/broken which makes the screen very lose. Can i still ask HP to fix it for free?
haa05189 m ago

Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a …Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a laptop in ‘15 and hinges are loose/broken which makes the screen very lose. Can i still ask HP to fix it for free?


Good luck.
sJohnson232 h, 50 m ago

Seriously? They called themselves Stormfront?


Don't they sell draught excluders?
haa051818 m ago

Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a …Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a laptop in ‘15 and hinges are loose/broken which makes the screen very lose. Can i still ask HP to fix it for free?


Of most laptops i used i found HP to have most hardware issues. Especially wifi and overheating with loud fan noise. Hope they fixed that now
haa05183 h, 47 m ago

Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a …Thats really informative. Does that apply to HP products aswell? I got a laptop in ‘15 and hinges are loose/broken which makes the screen very lose. Can i still ask HP to fix it for free?


Hinge broke on a HP laptop after 13 months and they were no help whatsoever.
plebbygiraffe9 h, 9 m ago

Basically if the fault is with the product through poor design, …Basically if the fault is with the product through poor design, workmanship etc then they have to fix it.Let's say you had a Macbook and after 4 years the hinge broke, but you never dropped it, hardly used the thing and it should be expected it would last that length of time. It shouldn't have broken, it was a design flaw or poorly made. You are entitled to a fix free of charge.This is standard across anything you purchase from anyone - the difficulty is proving it wasn't because you abused the product.Also it excludes things that are not expected to last that long. For example a battery only has a finite lifetime before it turns to crap, so you wouldn't be able to get a new free battery in 5 years under the regulations.


I havent bought an apple product since the iphone 3gs. The polycarbonate on mine cracked, a common comaint on forums etc, but it took 4 days on the phone to get apple to repair my handset underwarranty. They refused to acknowledge it was an issue, refused to acknowledge i had provided more than 20 links to people with similar issues, refused to acknowledge press articles about the issue. It was a kafkaesque nightmare trying to find an apple member of staff who wasnt a brainwashed robot.

In the end they repaired my handset as a 'gesture of goodwill' without acknowledging the issue.

I cant imagine getting anywhere with apple for a broken hinge or cracked screen. 2 years ago my mate needed to pay £400 quid to replace the hard drive in a imac as it wasnt covered despite it failing an a year and a half.

I do have a macbookpro that i still use daily to work from home but thats 8 years old. When the hard drive cable failed i replaced it for 7 quid. With the new sealed macbooks id probably have to pay apple 400 quid to undertake a simple repair i could do myself if the machines werent bonded aluminium/glass.
I had 2 years cover on ipad mini and a crack/chip appeared left of the button never dropped etc & 22 months in and they put a new screen on.
Regprentice1 h, 21 m ago

I havent bought an apple product since the iphone 3gs. The polycarbonate …I havent bought an apple product since the iphone 3gs. The polycarbonate on mine cracked, a common comaint on forums etc, but it took 4 days on the phone to get apple to repair my handset underwarranty. They refused to acknowledge it was an issue, refused to acknowledge i had provided more than 20 links to people with similar issues, refused to acknowledge press articles about the issue. It was a kafkaesque nightmare trying to find an apple member of staff who wasnt a brainwashed robot.In the end they repaired my handset as a 'gesture of goodwill' without acknowledging the issue. I cant imagine getting anywhere with apple for a broken hinge or cracked screen. 2 years ago my mate needed to pay £400 quid to replace the hard drive in a imac as it wasnt covered despite it failing an a year and a half. I do have a macbookpro that i still use daily to work from home but thats 8 years old. When the hard drive cable failed i replaced it for 7 quid. With the new sealed macbooks id probably have to pay apple 400 quid to undertake a simple repair i could do myself if the machines werent bonded aluminium/glass.


What normally works well is taking things to an Apple Store. Basically if the store people think it should not have failed and has been well looked after they are highly likely to solve the problem - warranty or not!
midhukd28 h, 41 m ago

Hinge broke on a HP laptop after 13 months and they were no help …Hinge broke on a HP laptop after 13 months and they were no help whatsoever.


Every HP I’ve owned has ended up having problems with the hinges.
sJohnson2315 h, 13 m ago

Seriously? They called themselves Stormfront?


Yes, take a look here and you will see the details of their 3-year warranty.
gutted ...... i purchased 2 from Argos on Black Friday @ £299 each plus the added accidental damage .... would of preferred the JL one's with 3 year guarantee :-(
HotBot3 h, 45 m ago

Yes, take a look here and you will see the details of their 3-year …Yes, take a look here and you will see the details of their 3-year warranty.


No need to ask if they have it in white I guess.
Is this a promo or now standard from now on?
I've been looking at buying a MacBook for the husband for Xmas. Currys were cheaper for the model i was looking at but wanted the gtee. JL price matched with no problem. Saved £50 and got the 3 yr gtee.
Problem is stormfront are £150 more expensive for a MacBook Air for example
willyzippy891 h, 58 m ago

Is this a promo or now standard from now on?


Just a promo. Will end on the 22nd
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