Why Apple exchange and repair extension programs can be important for customers

Apple’s Exchange and Repair Extension Programs can give some benefit for customers who need some help with their Apple products, which provides repair or replacement coverage. If you have any issue with your Apple products like Mac, iPhone, iPod or others, you can check it if you can be eligible for exchange and repair via the link in below. Last August 21, Apple announced new iSight Camera Replacement Program for iPhone 6 Plus due to faulty camera between September 2014 and January 2015.

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Apple redesigned Workshop and Genius Bar online website with new look

Apple has update its online website with new look of Genius Bar and in-work workshops today. “Concierge” is new name of combined appointment scheduling service. It can help customers to schedule a Genius Bar appointment at an Apple Store or register for a Workshop to learn how to use your Apple product.

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Apple offers free replacements program for faulty iPhone 6 Plus camera

Apple recently announced a new iSight Replacement Program yesterday to help with a faulty rear camera sensor issue. If you purchased iPhone 6 Plus between September 2014 and January 2015, you can be eligible to get your iSight camera replaced only if itself is fault due to blurry photos. Users can fill out serial number via the link below.

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Study Says 80% Of Apple Watch Users Are Already Using Apple Pay

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Well it turns out that people who are willing to drop hundreds or thousands of dollars on gadgets like to use gadgets to spend more dollars.

An exclamation point-laden report released today from Wristly, an organization that Apple has cited in the past, detailed the pretty impressive impact that Apple Watch has had on adoption of the Apple Pay service. The data, which comes from a survey of 1,000 respondents, also suggests that consumers with Apple Watches actually show a preference for shopping at retailers that allow them to use Apple Pay.

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