Here’s Something Apple Is Not Advertising
Rod Stowe, Fair Trading Commissioner for the New South Wales government, called hiding details of the two year warranty “rather surprising and disingenuous,” and added, “To instruct your staff to not let people know is something that seems of quite concern, and I don’t understand why they wouldn’t want to be upfront about it, Apple seems to be generally one of those businesses that is quite responsible to problems.”
Apple’s one year warranty has landed the company in trouble in other places, too. The Italian Antitrust Authority has fined the company nearly $1.5 million for issues stemming from its AppleCare program.
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