Apple closed its doors to the public last Friday, leaving some shoppers anxious about what this means for the company’s 14-day policy.
Luckily, Apple has decided to extend its return policy for an additional two weeks after it’s retail stores reopen on March 28. This means Apple customers worried about their return period coming to an end during closures should be able to return phones, laptops and more up until April 10 worry-free.
This extension excludes contracted iPhones in the US, Canada, Japan and Australia, carrier financed devices in the US and trade-in devices in instances where the value of the device is given in the form of a gift card.
Apple shared the update in an FAQ on its website this week.
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