You No Longer Have 30 Days to Return Your iPhone
Article by George Norman
On 19 Mar 2014
You no longer have 30 days at your disposal to return your iPhone and that’s because Apple quietly changed the return policy and cut the return period in half .

Instead of 30, you now have 14 days to return your iPhone. Apple implemented this change as of this month. As of March 2014, the return policy states that you have 14 calendar days to return your iPhone.

Say you get an iPhone and play with it for a couple of days. You play with the settings, download some games, take some pics, interact with Siri, and so son. And after you do so, you decide that the iPhone is not the right choice for you and you would much rather get an Android instead. Apple, being a company that understands buyer’s remorse, gives you a generous return window of 30 days. Or at least it used to!

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Don’t count on the fact that you have a month at your disposal to return your iPhone. Because you don’t! You have half that! You see, the return policy for iPhones has been quietly changed by the company and as of this month, as of March 13th, 2014, you have but 14 days to return your iPhone.

You don’t have a month, you have 2 weeks to return your iPhone if you don’t want it anymore.

The screenshot below is from Apple’s Returns & Refunds webpage.



As I mentioned above, you may want to return your iPhone and get an Android. You can easily get one from Google Play. But I have to warn you: Google does not give you a return window of 30 days either. You see, devices purchased via Google Play can be returned within 15 days.

In related news, if you want to get an Android-powered device, you may want to wait until the Samsung Galaxy S5 is rolled out to the public. The device comes with an impressive list of features: powerful processor, dust and water resistant, battery that offers 390 hours of standby time or 21 hours of talk time, and more. On top of that, Samsung will give you gifts worth more than $600 if you get a Galaxy S5.




Tags: Apple, iPhone, return, policy, Google, Android, Samsung, Galaxy S5, Play Store
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