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Old 20-09-2017, 10:42 PM   #7
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Plus, if happens so you’re overseas and your iPhone encounter any issues, you can just pop in to their Apple Stores for diagnostic tests and further advices on the repair processes.

If they allow, you can also get a replacement phone by paying the ‘service fee’ as like back here.

Tried exchanging faulty cables and earphones in the US, no questions asked. Just a serial number is all they needed to look up.
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