iPad Applecare Protection Plan For iPad 1 2 3 4 AIR & Mini / Mini Retina MC593 £17.90 Delivered @ Ebay uk / pbbh9018
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iPad Applecare Protection Plan For iPad 1 2 3 4 AIR & Mini / Mini Retina MC593 £17.90 Delivered @ Ebay uk / pbbh9018

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Found 2nd Sep 2014
£17.90 or lower for an extra year of warranty for your ipad.
Not a bad price compare buying £79 from apple store
£16.90 from another ebay seller
ebay.co.uk/itm…b00
Please dont feel cold if you are not Apple user !!
Only can extend another year of warranty before the first year warranty end
Check your warranty here
selfsolve.apple.com/agr….do
PS : I am not this Ebay seller OK
Those who get the lowest accepted price please share share share !!!

176 Comments

my daughter has an ipad mini it is 2 years old, would this provide cover for this?

No it won't. Your ipad needs to be in warranty now

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coolcraig999

my daughter has an ipad mini it is 2 years old, would this provide cover … my daughter has an ipad mini it is 2 years old, would this provide cover for this?


No,only can extend another year of warranty before the first year warranty end

sean_csc

No,only can extend another year of warranty before the first year … No,only can extend another year of warranty before the first year warranty end



ahh right i see,thanks for the info

I think it needs to be activated within 60days of the purchase of the ipad. It's not worth purchasing as you're covered for at least 2 years under EU rules and 6 years under English law.

I extended once before and my ipad 3 is still in warranty - could I extend again? Thanks in advance

Good deal

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GNKelly07

I extended once before and my ipad 3 is still in warranty - could I … I extended once before and my ipad 3 is still in warranty - could I extend again? Thanks in advance


Only can extend one time

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carlos99

I think it needs to be activated within 60days of the purchase of the … I think it needs to be activated within 60days of the purchase of the ipad. It's not worth purchasing as you're covered for at least 2 years under EU rules and 6 years under English law.


No need,i just extend mine after 9 months used

I have an ipad air bought from US a month ago. Will this be applicable for that?
Thanks

sean_csc

Only can extend one time


Thanks

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smitha

I have an ipad air bought from US a month ago. Will this be applicable … I have an ipad air bought from US a month ago. Will this be applicable for that?Thanks


use this link check your warranty,if still green,mean yes
selfsolve.apple.com/agr….do
Edited by: "sean_csc" 2nd Sep 2014

I have an ipad air bought from US a month ago. Will this be applicable for that?
Thanks

My iPad Air was bought from Ebay...still under the one year warranty ...but I obviously do not have any proof of purchase! Does anyone know if that would be needed, or if my serial number is enough? Thanks!

sean_csc

use this link check your warranty,if still green,mean … use this link check your warranty,if still green,mean yeshttps://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWarrantyDynamic.do



But the seller states in his ad "THE PRODUCT IS FULLY MULTILINGUAL & CAN BE USED IN ANY COUNTRY EXCEPT CANADA, U.S.A & JAPAN & ANY LANGUAGE"
It includes USA. So a bit confused

Serial number is all you need.

is there an excess if you were to claim under this warranty?

Also, could there be a problem if this seller is not an apple authorised seller? I thought that if you needed to claim you would need the receipt for the plan, as well as the plan itself?

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coolcraig999

is there an excess if you were to claim under this warranty?


Totally free repair or replace as long as not water or physical damage

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joedi

Also, could there be a problem if this seller is not an apple authorised … Also, could there be a problem if this seller is not an apple authorised seller? I thought that if you needed to claim you would need the receipt for the plan, as well as the plan itself?


I replaced my 2 years warranty iPhone without any receipt required,should be alright.
And the applecare bought from CEX
Edited by: "sean_csc" 2nd Sep 2014

No need for this. If you buy directly from Apple they will cover your iphone, ipad etc for two years under EEC rules. They dont publicise it just quote it instore!

What a bargain cheers OP

Will this cover me for any leaks in my iCloud? as I have sensitive pictures stored there.

seller accepts offers, someone who need 1 should offer around £15- may accept!

also his feedback is 12345 at the moment! just thought i would mention
Edited by: "yasser_7862" 2nd Sep 2014

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gdowsett

No need for this. If you buy directly from Apple they will cover your … No need for this. If you buy directly from Apple they will cover your iphone, ipad etc for two years under EEC rules. They dont publicise it just quote it instore!


If i buy an iphone 6 from apple store later ,how should i get it from instore?
just say i entitle for 2 years warranty as EEC rules?

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yasser_7862

seller accepts offers, someone who need 1 should offer around £15- may … seller accepts offers, someone who need 1 should offer around £15- may accept!


likely 50p cheaper

carlos99

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


Well worth popularising that link, was about to post it myself but you'd beaten me to it

Funnily enough, I purchased 2 of these the other day from an eBay seller. They were £18.70 each, but I offered £30 for the two and the offer was accepted. I received 2 sealed items in the post, German packaging, and had the email confirmation come through this morning.

If for example my battery dies would they replace it even though I have a nasty dent on one of the corners of my ipad?

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Finners

If for example my battery dies would they replace it even though I have a … If for example my battery dies would they replace it even though I have a nasty dent on one of the corners of my ipad?


Should be alright if no crack

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shakallis

Funnily enough, I purchased 2 of these the other day from an eBay seller. … Funnily enough, I purchased 2 of these the other day from an eBay seller. They were £18.70 each, but I offered £30 for the two and the offer was accepted. I received 2 sealed items in the post, German packaging, and had the email confirmation come through this morning.


You mean warranty confirmation from apple?

Does this cover you for when your iCloud gets hacked and all your naked photos posted online?

carlos99

It's not worth purchasing as you're covered for at least 2 years under … It's not worth purchasing as you're covered for at least 2 years under EU rules and 6 years under English law.



No your not. Your Warranty is 1 year.

The Two years EU and 6 Years UK is the time you can claim for a problem under the warranty, but the fault has to have happened within the warranty period.

IN an extreme case you could buy an iPad, and it breaks the day after you got it. then five years 11 months later claim and it would be valid. (and yes proving it could be hard)
However that's not the same as a 2 or 6 year warranty.


That's great (the link regarding EU laws on warranty) if you bought from a retailer but if like me you purchased yours secondhand it's well worth buying this extra warranty! So heat added....

Is this different to Applecare+?
Edited by: "nublets2k" 2nd Sep 2014

joedi

My iPad Air was bought from Ebay...still under the one year warranty … My iPad Air was bought from Ebay...still under the one year warranty ...but I obviously do not have any proof of purchase! Does anyone know if that would be needed, or if my serial number is enough? Thanks!


with Apple products,receipt is not required.the built in serial number is all you need.

Would only like to add be very, very careful buying something like this unless you're 100% convinced the seller is an Apple authorised reseller otherwise they (Apple) could refuse categorically to allow for the Applecare against your product to be registered. Aware of this further to buying Applecare for an iPhone and despite the Applecare being bought from a company (not eBay nor a private seller nor any form of marketplace) that were not an 'authorised' Applecare reseller Apple refused point blank to allow for the warranty extension to be registered. Literally had to battle for about 18-months from what I'm able to recall to obtain a refund on the Applecare bought and would not want anyone on here having to experience the same issues. Apple are very strict on this (they were anyway - whether this has changed I'm not sure but I'd very much doubt this has changed).

Just bought 3 of these to extend my warranty to 4 years!

An apple a day...

bargainbill

No your completely wrong, as we live in the UK we'll go for the UK rules … No your completely wrong, as we live in the UK we'll go for the UK rules which are covered under the sale of goods act. If at any time for 6 years from the date of purchase your item develops a fault you can make a claim with the manufacturer to repair or replace the item. it's not as comprehensive as a warranty as it's based around the concept of being reasonable, so if the item has been subjected to reasonable use, and its reasonable to expect it to last up to 6 years and the original purchase price was significant enough to expect the goods to last up to 6 years then you have a case.So for example if you buy a £2000 TV, and use it a few hours a day its reasonable to expect it to last 6 years.If you buy a £40 microwave use it for an hour a day and it stops working after 4 years then you're probably being unreasonable if you expect the manufacturer to repair it.With an ipad, given it's the premium end of the market I think you could easily expect apple to honor it for 6 years if it was kept in good condition, no cracks.I've had a 3 year old panasonic plasma repaired under this law, and had a 3.5 year old sony vaio computer partially refunded after the integrated motherboard failed rendering the whole unit useless.Both high ticket items, both should have lasted 6 years with reasonable use.



Hi, Think you're correct but (from what has been understood having looked into this with a previously) a consumer doesn't have a right to make a claim against the manufacturer it's from the re-seller. Other than this I'm of the impression that what you've said is 100% correct.
Companies such as DSGi (aka PCWorld, Currys, Argos etc.) are understood to make significant profits from warranty extensions (at a guess often more than the profit made on the product they've sold) and do not make consumers aware that they're covered against defects under SoGA (further to reasonable use) despite the manufacturer's warranty having expired.



Edited by: "gadgeguru" 2nd Sep 2014
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