“Apple is offering free service and repair to those Mac [and Apple product] users who were affected by the Japan tsunami and earthquake in March,” Michael Grothaus reports for TUAW.
“As stated in a Support & Information Services note on Apple’s Japanese website, the company is offering free repairs of any Macs, Cinema Displays, iPhones, iPads or iPod touches damaged in the disaster,” Grothaus reports. “Apple’s offer applies to those directly affected by the earthquake who primarily live in municipalities covered by the Disaster Relief Act of 2011.”
Grothaus reports, “This isn’t the first time Apple [or the Apple community] has offered to help those who suffered in the Japan disaster earlier this year… Apple and all member of the Mac community who have helped and continue to help those in need deserve props and recognition for their support and humanity.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dow C.” for the heads up.]