Apple’s warranty ads should be investigated, EU says
Europe’s Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has written to EU member states asking them to examine the way Apple has been advertising its product warranties, according to Bloomberg.
Reding believes that the iPad and iPhone maker may be not be properly informing customers in the European Union’s 27 member states that they’re entitled to a minimum two-year warranty for products under European law.
According to a copy of the letter sent to EU ministers and obtained by Bloomberg, Reding wrote:
Apple prominently advertised that its products come with a one-year manufacturer warranty but…
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