Apple opens new East Coast U.S. AppleCare center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

“Apple has opened up a secondary dedicated AppleCare repairs warehouse in the United States in recent days, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the new center,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.

“The new warehouse is located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and public records indicate that the facility comes in at just under 200,000 square-feet with an additional 2500 square-feet of space available for offices,” Gurman reports. “Apple will use this facility to conduct repairs and replacements and to manage, package, and ship repaired Apple devices to both customer’s homes and Apple Store Genius Bars across the country.”

Gurman reports, “A similar warehouse in Elk Grove, California… just cities away from Apple’s Cupertino headquarters, has been Apple’s sole AppleCare repair center in the United States for several years. The Pennsylvania building will serve as Apple’s first major expansion of its repair facilities and is Apple’s first physical AppleCare presence on the East Coast of the United States.”

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  1. This follows Apple’s goal towards being green. Instead of all those machines shipping all the way to Califirnia and back from the east coast, they’ll be go to Pennsylvania now instead. Should save money, time, and energy.

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