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MacBook Pro - Macbook Pro Warranty Question


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I just recently got a 13" Macbook Pro and they asked me if i wanted to get some warranty that was like $300, i dont really remember exactly what it was but, i didn't buy it.

So i was wondering if macbook pros come with a regular warranty for free even if i didnt pay for that $300 thing

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The standard warranty is for 90 days of 24/7 tech support and 1 full year for manufacturer's defects. The warranty you were offered was likely AppleCare, which extends both the 24/7 tech support and warranty for a full 3 years.

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