Brian reports, “Apple was also found to have given ‘unclear information on payments for additional assistance offered to consumers’ and the company had not ‘fully implemented the two-year guarantee by the producer,’ the authority added.”
“The company, which sells its products with a one year warranty, is required under EU law to protect buyers with a minimum of two years protection on all consumer electronics, which includes its iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and iPod devices,” Brian reports. “Instead of this, Apple pushed a paid warranty service with its AppleCare service, going against regulations in Italy.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers "Jay in DC" and "ovine" for the heads up.]