Apple drops its iPhone return policy from 30 days to just 14

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Not every country has the advantage of giving its customers a return window for any product you didn’t like. Usually in the United States requires companies to provide a 14 day return window, and Apple in that sense was famous for allowing customers to return any iPhone in up-to 30 days of its purchase. Sadly though, it seems the economy is hitting every company hard, and that even includes the wealthiest one.

Even though Apple hasn’t announced it officially, today it was discovered that the company changed its return policy out of the blue. Now you only have 14 days to return any iPhone you’ve purchased from Apple, regardless if you bought it online or at its store, though it is clear that it only returns products bought from its store.

At this point its hard to tell why Apple decided to make this change, which we even recall as a topic of discussion for Steve Jobs in his biography, as something he pushed hard for. Let’s hope this isn’t just one of additional moves Apple could be planning to cheap-out on.

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Source: 9to5Mac

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