Apple iMac i5 3.1GHz 8GB 1TB 21.5" Retina 4k £100 cheaper than Apple Store £1096 @ Debenhams plus
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Apple iMac i5 3.1GHz 8GB 1TB 21.5" Retina 4k £100 cheaper than Apple Store £1096 @ Debenhams plus

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Found 11th Jul 2016
Apple iMac i5 3.1GHz 8GB 1TB 21.5" Retina 4k - 100£ cheaper than Apple Store

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Apple will price match this

always buy from apple store. you will get 6years warranty.

RedDemonic

always buy from apple store. you will get 6years warranty.


6 year warranty direct from Apple? please explain how

I love my iMac. But a grand on one with a spinning drive that can't easily be replaced? Super cold.

paulj48

6 year warranty direct from Apple? please explain how



What he is saying is incorrect. You get, from Apple, a limited warranty of 1 year which can be extended to 3 years for a fee. The six year period is the limitation period for every single simple contract, which includes all sales contracts (i.e. with any retailer or individual or company etc.) - this means you can bring an action against a party in breach of a contract for up to 6 years after the agreement is made. In relation to sales contracts, the reason you might wish to do this would be on the basis of one of the terms implied by the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which sets certain standards as to quality of the product as it is delivered. Limited warranties deal with deflects that transpire after delivery.

I wouldn't trust buying any kind of electrical product from Debenhams. iPad went faulty and they refused to help without one hell of a fight. Completely useless and would never get anything from them again. Sorry op!

This is cheaper on 3 sites of the very first page of a Google search. Amazon sell it for £47 less than this price!

xeroc

What he is saying is incorrect. You get, from Apple, a limited warranty … What he is saying is incorrect. You get, from Apple, a limited warranty of 1 year which can be extended to 3 years for a fee. The six year period is the limitation period for every single simple contract, which includes all sales contracts (i.e. with any retailer or individual or company etc.) - this means you can bring an action against a party in breach of a contract for up to 6 years after the agreement is made. In relation to sales contracts, the reason you might wish to do this would be on the basis of one of the terms implied by the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which sets certain standards as to quality of the product as it is delivered. Limited warranties deal with deflects that transpire after delivery.



Yes but it is upto you to PROVE the fault was inherent when you urchased the device which means hiring a "professional" who will vouch for it. Even in that event Apple can give their "expert's" opinion agianst this and then you'd at the mercy of a judge. Do you really want to put up with that?

skinner939

Apple will price match this


hahaha
RedDemonic

always buy from apple store. you will get 6years warranty.


joke of the month hahahahahaha

paulj48

6 year warranty direct from Apple? please explain how



my macbook pro retina 2013 screen has stop working recently. apple replaced for me for free. i ask why they said its because i bought the laptop from apple store. and it has 6 years warranty.

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Edited by: "RedDemonic" 11th Jul 2016

MadonnaProject

Yes but it is upto you to PROVE the fault was inherent when you urchased … Yes but it is upto you to PROVE the fault was inherent when you urchased the device which means hiring a "professional" who will vouch for it. Even in that event Apple can give their "expert's" opinion agianst this and then you'd at the mercy of a judge. Do you really want to put up with that?




You have just described the nature of an adversarial legal system.

Incidentally, for the first 6 months following purchase the burden of proof falls upon the manufacturer/retailer to show that it was not so.

And to directly answer you: it depends on your competency to deal with legal matters. The lay person will struggle. It all depends upon the issue as well! Some will be relatively easy to deal with. Not to mention that most retailers will settle at the first sign of legal action- it's not great PR
Edited by: "xeroc" 11th Jul 2016

RedDemonic

my macbook pro retina 2013 screen has stop working recently. apple … my macbook pro retina 2013 screen has stop working recently. apple replaced for me for free. i ask why they said its because i bought the laptop from apple store. and it has 6 years warranty.http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/


That link shows you have 6 years to claim for an inherent fault, i.e the fault was present on the day it was purchased and not due to wear and tear, this does not constitute a 6 year warranty and I'm surprised an Apple employee would suggest this.

My 6 year old imac developed a 'known fault' with its graphics card which was under a 5 year guarantee. Even though the machine was a year over the limit they replaced the card for free. Their service IS excellent.....
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