What to Do If Your New Apple Product Is a Lemon (or Generally Defective)

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Apple is known for its reliability, but that doesn’t mean the company is perfect. Sometimes its devices fail not once, not twice, but repeatedly. We’re looking at you, butterfly keyboard. When you purchase a device and it turns out to be a dud, you’re not stuck suffering with it. You can do a few things to get rid of the defective device and replace it with one that meets Apple’s standard for quality and reliability.

Return It Within 14 Days

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