But if Apple doesn’t sell it a Mac, they’re speaking from the manufacturer’s point of view. Then the Apple Store does not bear any responsibility for legal guarantee. They would really be entitled to indicate a possible warranty with the selling party, but they are not responsible anywhere to refer to you as a consumer. Knowing your warranty is your responsibility
the consumer himself. So pointing the finger at the store is very easy.
The only reason this warranty is covered is because it’s Apple’s fault, and as we all know, Apple never makes mistakes.
This sentence gets to the point… are we really going to throw fallacies now?
And Apple never makes mistakes? So why do they offer a one-year limited manufacturer warranty on all of their products? They are not obligated to do so, and this is just an indulgence. Admitting the mistakes they make for sure, take a look Here. That Apple being solid and only recognizing such structural problems with great effort and stratification is an entirely different story. It has nothing to do with the legal guarantee. Recognizing this is especially important in the United States, where there is no legal guarantee (except in California). There they are therefore at the mercy of manufacturers. A very different story from Europe…
So again, if Nyarlathotep chooses to service his MacBook at an Apple Store, outside of the manufacturer’s warranty, and then get a paid repair as an option, that’s his own responsibility. And 999 times out of 1,000 people will definitely ask if someone actually went to the seller, that’s very neat. But it sure is Not their responsibility.
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