EU Commissioner advocates clamping down on Apple over warranty practices
0. phoneArena posted on 20 Mar 2013, 00:07
Saying that Apple is still not properly informing its customers of the warranty they are entitled to under European law...
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1. Users posted on 20 Mar 2013, 00:16 1
2 year warranty is godsend :-) There should also be a law on atleast 1 full upgrade that kmanufacturers should be forced to offer
7. doejon posted on 21 Mar 2013, 00:34 0
that would be great but imo a removable battery and a microsdkard-slot must would be better :D
2. tmcr7 posted on 20 Mar 2013, 00:41 6
this is great news! iPhones are so poorly designed. It's so breakable especially that home button which breaks down from normal use.
3. Timmehor posted on 20 Mar 2013, 00:47 5
Apple may have added the 24 month warranty, but they are saying ZIP, ZILCH, ZERO about it, don't want anyone knowing about our fair warranties!
4. Topcat488 posted on 20 Mar 2013, 01:15 0
If the "peehs" trust a company that trick their users, to upgrade for every small feature added; why not withhold information that would give the user a possible free phone from a warranty.
5. anywherehome posted on 20 Mar 2013, 01:34 1
only a stup*ido would buy any Apple product:
"Quarter of iPhones have a broken screen, poll says:"
6. andro. posted on 20 Mar 2013, 03:26 6
I see it day in day out,even 30 euro cheapest of the cheapest phones have a 2 year warranty where apple only give its ifans one year,which is an illegal practice. And by god do those iphones have an innate ability to go faulty just after the 12 month warranty is up. Most common is the home button locking, silent button locking,freezing during iTunes update or syncing,microphone going,the list goes on. The unfortunate ifan in an 18 or 24 month contract simply has to pay apple up to 200 euros for the "out of warranty repair",wait 12 months till their upgrade is due,or as apple hopes the customer will do just simply go out and buy a sim free its off contract version of the years 'new' iPhone.