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Switching over Applecare on a MAcbook?


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Basically i bought my first macbook in october of last year and enrolled that product with the applecare protection plan but since i broke that one and was replaced with a new one via house insurance i wanted to know if it was possible to transfer the applecare over to my current model?

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Bump I could really use some info on this

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Do a search on Apple's site regarding Applecare policies.

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Unibody MBP, iPhone, Canon 1DsII, Profoto and most important, Imagination!
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Or better yet.......Call them and ask!
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you have to call them and tell them you got a new macbook and go through the process over the phone. i called before and ask when switching to a MBP
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