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AppleCare Protection Plan for the Apple iPhone 3, 4, 4S ,5 ,5C & 5S MC265 £21.98 Delivered @ Ebay UK pbbh9018

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Found 10th Sep 2014
Applecare for Iphone £21.98
Bought the ipad one from this seller,work like a charm
£22 for extra year of warranty from Apple store
Peace of mind for your Iphone
Not sure about the Iphone 6

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will this work on a iphone 5s which is still under warranty with 6 months left or do you have to enter this within the 1st month of receiving phone?

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jynx88

will this work on a iphone 5s which is still under warranty with 6 months … will this work on a iphone 5s which is still under warranty with 6 months left or do you have to enter this within the 1st month of receiving phone?


It will work as long as your 5s still under warranty

sean_csc

It will work as long as your 5s still under warranty

great thank you for your reply going to order and also heat op

Original Poster

jynx88

great thank you for your reply going to order and also heat op


Is better if you can ask seller include the receipt as proof of purchase

Another Apple rip off
according to consumer goods act uk so are automatically entitled to at leat 2 year warranty on phones and 5 years on other heavy electrical or electronic equipment.

DONT confuse this with the Applecare+ INSURANCE policy for £79! There is No accidental insurance in this cover. It is purely a discontinued warranty extension that was removed due to the EU and UK law.

i thought our 12 month warranty was now 24 months anyway due to EU law? Im confused

On the Apple website it stated that under UK Law customers have up 6 years when the fault occured to report it.

jynx88

will this work on a iphone 5s which is still under warranty with 6 months … will this work on a iphone 5s which is still under warranty with 6 months left or do you have to enter this within the 1st month of receiving phone?



If its under warranty then get it replaced with Apple straight away. any phones you get from apple will have a 6 year EU consumer law warranty. I have just got one replaced under the 6 year warranty thing.

noiren

On the Apple website it stated that under UK Law customers have up 6 … On the Apple website it stated that under UK Law customers have up 6 years when the fault occured to report it.


would like to explain that you have to have bought the phone directly from apple for 6 year consumer law repairs.
if u have got it on contract the consumer law isn't very easy to have mended you have to go threw your phone provider it's a pain

took iphone 5 back last Saturday. because i couldn't get a signal. owned it for 18 months and they just changed under the 6yr rule

another thing chaps, the 6 year warranty only applies if you get a replacement or a purchase with Apple. If you have bought the phone off o2 or ipad from pcworld and if you go to apple in your 2nd year, they will not exercise the right.

How does the 6year thing work on a replacement phone from apple which was changed under warranty

Does the 2yr or 6yr warranty cover for iphones that was purchased second hand, ebay,gumtree,hukd etc? or do you need to be the original buyer from Apple store with receipt? Thanks

sean_csc

It will work as long as your 5s still under warranty



Yo have to apply this within a month of purchase. The price of AppleCare also includes telephone support which can be a godsend if you don't live near an apple store.

AStonedRaichu

i thought our 12 month warranty was now 24 months anyway due to EU law? … i thought our 12 month warranty was now 24 months anyway due to EU law? Im confused

hi EU law is not applicable to the uk as you have the sales of goods act instead which is 6 years uk and 5 years in scotland
Edited by: "jynx88" 10th Sep 2014

atifprince

If its under warranty then get it replaced with Apple straight away. any … If its under warranty then get it replaced with Apple straight away. any phones you get from apple will have a 6 year EU consumer law warranty. I have just got one replaced under the 6 year warranty thing.

hi i bought it from apple in February this year for 549£

just a bit of Info for anyone who is Interested. Basically, If you buy a phone from apple or if you get it replaced or changed from Apple within its warranty period, From that day onwards, the 6 Year Rule applies.

Also if you bought a phone from gumtree, Ebay or anywhere else, which was an Apple replacement directly from Apple, Then you can still get the 6 year warranty. the warranty states "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working condition for up to 6 years", So Apple simply replaces the phone when you go to a genius bar. You can replace it as many times as possible and after 8 replacements, Apple automatically gives you the latest phone for free as a goodwill gesture

Don't ask, how I know all this Me no working for apple

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Banned

i voted hot but actually not very hot because you can already get replacement from Apple even after a year , i have done my apple after 2 years just last week they gave me brand new one because battery was week ,
it was in apple store in central London

so if I purchased the iPhone from tmobile and it stops working I got it replaced by Apple now they are liable for 6 years sweet thanks guys now to wwait for a fault if I get one :P

atifprince

just a bit of Info for anyone who is Interested. Basically, If you buy a … just a bit of Info for anyone who is Interested. Basically, If you buy a phone from apple or if you get it replaced or changed from Apple within its warranty period, From that day onwards, the 6 Year Rule applies. Also if you bought a phone from gumtree, Ebay or anywhere else, which was an Apple replacement directly from Apple, Then you can still get the 6 year warranty. the warranty states "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working condition for up to 6 years", So Apple simply replaces the phone when you go to a genius bar. You can replace it as many times as possible and after 8 replacements, Apple automatically gives you the latest phone for free as a goodwill gesture 8)Don't ask, how I know all this Me no working for apple :DH



Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought an ipad from Tesco, after three months I had some pixels not working so Apple replaced it. Then earlier this year when it was just two years old I took it in and they said it showed a battery fault, it wasn't holding a charge for even a day. So I had to pay to get a replacement I think £70, was this correct policy?

fauxhawk

would like to explain that you have to have bought the phone directly … would like to explain that you have to have bought the phone directly from apple for 6 year consumer law repairs.


Because you have to claim under Sale of a Goods Act against the RETAILER! Thus against Apple if they sold it to you!

Also you have to show it was a manufacturing fault probably present at time of sale.

drharishgarg

Another Apple rip offaccording to consumer goods act uk so are … Another Apple rip offaccording to consumer goods act uk so are automatically entitled to at leat 2 year warranty on phones and 5 years on other heavy electrical or electronic equipment.



Lol, if you're going to quote the law, at least get it right.

Your rights under the SOGA are limited. They cover you for 6 years, not 2 however it's for faults present at the time of purchase only.

Applecare covers you for developing faults, as well as faults where Apple is not the retailer (e.g. if you buy it from O2, your SOGA rights are with O2 (good luck with that)).

Barney17

Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought … Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought an ipad from Tesco, after three months I had some pixels not working so Apple replaced it. Then earlier this year when it was just two years old I took it in and they said it showed a battery fault, it wasn't holding a charge for even a day. So I had to pay to get a replacement I think £70, was this correct policy?


Barney17

Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought … Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought an ipad from Tesco, after three months I had some pixels not working so Apple replaced it. Then earlier this year when it was just two years old I took it in and they said it showed a battery fault, it wasn't holding a charge for even a day. So I had to pay to get a replacement I think £70, was this correct policy?


Yes! Under Sale of Goods claims retailers can charge for your use of the device from new until it failed. You won't get a 100% free fix!

Barney17

Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought … Hi, interesting, thanks. I'm curious. Two and a half years ago I bought an ipad from Tesco, after three months I had some pixels not working so Apple replaced it. Then earlier this year when it was just two years old I took it in and they said it showed a battery fault, it wasn't holding a charge for even a day. So I had to pay to get a replacement I think £70, was this correct policy?



It's a load of nonsense, he's talking out of his ass. SOGA rights apply to the original purchaser, they're not transferable. They also don't say "electronics should be in perfect working order for 6 years". The rules are that it must be:

- As described
- Fit for purpose
- and it must last a reasonable period of time (up to 6 years).

There's always so much nonsense spewed from armchair lawyers whenever the SOGA is mentioned. It can be powerful if you know what you're doing, but if you go in there stating things like "my 6 year warranty" you'll get laughed out the shop.

Oh, and Apple swapping a phone doesn't transfer your rights under the SOGA from Apple, since it's a repair service, not a product purchase. Fitness for purpose and performance under the Sale and Supply of Goods and Services act applies, but not the SOGA.
Edited by: "bma1445" 10th Sep 2014

atifprince

just a bit of Info for anyone who is Interested. Basically, If you buy a … just a bit of Info for anyone who is Interested. Basically, If you buy a phone from apple or if you get it replaced or changed from Apple within its warranty period, From that day onwards, the 6 Year Rule applies. Also if you bought a phone from gumtree, Ebay or anywhere else, which was an Apple replacement directly from Apple, Then you can still get the 6 year warranty. the warranty states "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working condition for up to 6 years", So Apple simply replaces the phone when you go to a genius bar. You can replace it as many times as possible and after 8 replacements, Apple automatically gives you the latest phone for free as a goodwill gesture 8)Don't ask, how I know all this Me no working for apple :DH


Whats the ceiling on the "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working condition for up to 6 years" warranty? e.g. battery life, lag etc..

The other seller accepted £17 from me walterharrington

interesting...

TheMo123

Whats the ceiling on the "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working … Whats the ceiling on the "Any electrical item shall be in perfect working condition for up to 6 years" warranty? e.g. battery life, lag etc..



The ceiling is that such a condition does not exist.

So if I bought a phone in nov 12 and the top button doesn't work now can I get it replaced or they won't because it's passed the 12 month warranty

I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an issue with the Home button and its not working. My phone is listed for the repair. I have issues with Battery as well but the Battery replacement page does not list my serial number. Since I bought the cell, I have always had issues with WIFI reception being very poor. Can you please advise me If I can get it changed and how to get it changed? Thanks

queensclose

took iphone 5 back last Saturday. because i couldn't get a signal. … took iphone 5 back last Saturday. because i couldn't get a signal. owned it for 18 months and they just changed under the 6yr rule

Original Poster

the porter

The other seller accepted £17 from me walterharrington


cool

So effectively your paying £22 for Telephone support ?

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mariner_southampton

I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an … I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an issue with the Home button and its not working. My phone is listed for the repair. I have issues with Battery as well but the Battery replacement page does not list my serial number. Since I bought the cell, I have always had issues with WIFI reception being very poor. Can you please advise me If I can get it changed and how to get it changed? Thanks


make an appointment say that your sleep button work intermediately, they wil replace it for free.under the replacement scheme now.Good luck.
check with this link
ssl.apple.com/uk/…on/
Edited by: "sean_csc" 10th Sep 2014

mariner_southampton

I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an … I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an issue with the Home button and its not working. My phone is listed for the repair. I have issues with Battery as well but the Battery replacement page does not list my serial number. Since I bought the cell, I have always had issues with WIFI reception being very poor. Can you please advise me If I can get it changed and how to get it changed? Thanks


You have to convince the retailer you BOUGHT it from! They are entitled to charge sum for time used from purchase if they can be so persuaded if offering a refund. Or they get it fixed.

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pwheat72

So if I bought a phone in nov 12 and the top button doesn't work now can … So if I bought a phone in nov 12 and the top button doesn't work now can I get it replaced or they won't because it's passed the 12 month warranty


check with this link
ssl.apple.com/uk/…on/

Creatzy

So effectively your paying £22 for Telephone support ?


Not true st all. AppleCare is a no-quibble service and works no matter who supplied the phone.

It's list price is a lot higher than £22!

mariner_southampton

I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an … I bought my iPhone 5 on the launch day in September 2012. I have got an issue with the Home button and its not working. My phone is listed for the repair. I have issues with Battery as well but the Battery replacement page does not list my serial number. Since I bought the cell, I have always had issues with WIFI reception being very poor. Can you please advise me If I can get it changed and how to get it changed? Thanks



believe it or not, if its an iPhone 5 not the S or the C they have a recall notice on a big batch of them as this is a known fault !
I know this because my daughters phone was one of them and had the same problem

BrianM

Not true st all. AppleCare is a no-quibble service and works no matter … Not true st all. AppleCare is a no-quibble service and works no matter who supplied the phone.It's list price is a lot higher than £22!



No i meant if EU law covers you anyway... then surely your only buying the telephone support ?
Edited by: "Creatzy" 10th Sep 2014

Original Poster

Creatzy

believe it or not, if its an iPhone 5 not the S or the C they have a … believe it or not, if its an iPhone 5 not the S or the C they have a recall notice on a big batch of them as this is a known fault !I know this because my daughters phone was one of them and had the same problem


Thats why they launch this scheme
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