Mar 13

9to5mac reports that the 30-day period Apple costumers get to try out the phone and return it for any reason is being shortened to 14 calendar days. “According to an internal document provided by one of our retail sources, Apple plans to change its iPhone return policy to just 14 days beginning on March 13th. However the return policy currently published on already reflects this change.

This change brings Apple’s return policy in line with U.S. carriers, which offer a 14-day return period for customers who buy an iPhone from a carrier’s website or retail store. Till today Apple would accept returns beyond the carrier’s 14-day period, but within the company’s 30-day return window. This new return policy will take effect across all product categories.

via [macrumors]

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