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Apple loses part of its AppleCare appeal in Italy

 |  March 22, 2012

Apple lost part of its appeal in the Italian AppleCare case. Apple was fined 900,000 euros in December 2011 for encouraging customers to buy its two-year technical support and extended warranty service, AppleCare. However, under Italian law, companies are required to offer two years of technical support for purchases of products. As a result of losing the appeal, Apple must change the way it explains AppleCare on its Italian sales website.

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