Do all Ipod Touches Come With a Warrenty?

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  1. Furniss12

    Furniss12 New Member

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    I wouldnt know because i got mine off ebay, and it came without one. If they all come with warrenties should i ask the seller if he has it.?
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    Um, you shouldn't need the recipt cos they can check the date of activation on iTunes...so you get a year after that date. Since all iPod touches are less than a year old, it is still under warrentee
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    ddgv Well-Known Member

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    yup !!..... plus i dont really remember any phisical paper stating that thats your warranty... so the ipod it self is the warranty.... why ?? do you need a warranty??
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    FrozenIpaq New Member

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    The iPod comes with a 1-year manufactuerer warranty, although it is very limited/restricted in what it covers. There is no physical paper that gives you "warranty" with the iPod, what you need however is a receipt of some kind saying when the original purchase was made to validate the warranty. You can find information about what the warranty covers in the small booklet that came with the iPod (or should've) - if not, you can check it out online.
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    Theoretically, you do. Practically, only in extremely critical situations. Like drained battery [drained=melt or so...]

    Though, just to be sure, keep the receipt or print the receipt of payment from the Paypal page.

    Bear in mind, also, that practically -again- the warranty we're all talking about, covers whatever happens to your iPodT all of a sudden. And I mean this.

    When you drop your iPod, then you know what happens. When you get it wet, you know what happens. When you bite your iPod you know what happens, too.

    So the only thing that the warranty covers is battery-drained devices, faulty parts that you can't have access to, and finally faulty accessories [I know only about the cable, 'cause they gave me another one].

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