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Apple Care Protection Plan Warranty Question!


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Hi,

i got my macbook pro 13 mid 09 model with apple care and it runs out on september 2012 just wandering once my apple care runs out can i add another apple care to it because i went to apple store and the people working there told me yes i can do this and some other workers there told me no i cant do this can some one tell if i can or not because i will be giving my macbook pro to my brother and get the new 13in or 15in macbook pro when it comes out thanks
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The AppleCare can only be purchased during the original warranty period.
Those who told you otherwise were misinformed.
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The confusion might be this: You can purchase it up to a year after you buy the Mac. But there's no "double dipping". So, yeah, you can get it later, or you can get it at the time of the purchase.
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