Sometimes a gift just doesn’t land as well as you want it to. Sometimes, you accidentally get a blue IPHONE case instead of a red one, or a bag for an 11-inch MacBook Air instead of a 13-inch MacBook Pro, or an IPAD Air 2 instead of an IPAD Pro. Whatever the case, it’s a simple matter to return or exchange the wrong gifts and make sure you end up with the right ones. First, the rules Normally, the Apple Store — online and retail — offers a 14-day return policy on any item sold. For the holidays, the company has expanded this window: If an item was purchased between November 10 and December 25, 2016 you have until January 8, 2017 to return or exchange it. There’s no fee to return a hardware gift, even if it’s been opened, but Apple does ask that you include all cords, adapters, manuals, and the like in the original packaging. There are a few things you can’t return, including opened software, electronic software downloads from the App Store, Apple Store gift cards, Apple De…

Source: The IPhone Blog

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