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Another "definite yes". Any new Apple product that is covered by an Apple warranty (Applecare) can ALWAYS be taken to Apple (Apple Store)...or shipped to Apple for repair if a store is not close by.

In fact (given my experiences with Best Buy)...I would highly recommend NOT having the "Geek Squad" working on Apple hardware (if it should become necessary).

"MAYBE" they know Windows computers well...and can fix them with some degree of certainty...but on average...I don't think the Geek Squad folks know Apple hardware very well. The Apple Store is the place to go for any warranty work!

I'll give you a quick example. I had a problem with an iMac. Long story short...Best Buy said it was the logic board (a VERY expensive repair). It turned out to be a $3.00 hard drive data cable (which I fixed).

- Nick

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