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If your 42mm Apple Watch Series 2 refuses to power on due to battery swelling, you no longer need a valid warranty to get the issue fixed up to three years after your original purchase.
Even though accidental damage coverage is always peace of mind worth having, having more of it when everyone else had their limited warranty extended is sure fun.
If you haven't extended your limited HomePod warranty with $39 AppleCare+ service, you may want to, as uncovered repairs will be quite expensive.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
For a $349 smart speaker, the extended warranty would be a good investment for the purchase, if its price is confirmed at the end of the week.
In Google's official view, early Pixel 2 XL OLED burn-in is a non-issue, while folks looking for more saturated colors can expect a software update.
We now know exactly when to expect the LG V30 to start selling through Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. And yes, you'll get a two-year warranty as standard.
As always, it's simply not a good idea to drop a mobile device made of glass on any side. That said, the iPhone 8 is not as fragile as the Note 8.
The video has been pulled as sales of the V30 have yet to officially start in the US. But hey, there's good incentive to wait and buy the phone.
As if the iPhone X wasn't expensive enough, those in need of official AppleCare+ extended warranty services will need to cough up an extra $199.
If your old Sony phone or tablet, "deceptively" advertised as waterproof, broke down due to water damage, a 50 percent refund could soon be headed your way.
As if the LG G6 wasn't attractive enough for US Android power users, the "FullVision" phone now comes with a two-year endurance "promise."
Don't worry if your faulty OG Apple Watch with a randomly "expanded" battery is technically out of warranty. Your problem will be fixed free of charge.
Samsung begins selling devices, financing and services direct to consumers, but not unlocked devices. There's also that "Guard S8" program we've heard.
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