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When You Should (and Shouldn't) Buy AppleCare

If you're making an investment in an Apple product, whether it's a new machine or a permanently on-sale refurb, you want to protect it. At the same time, spending a few hundred more on AppleCare hurts when you're already dropping a couple of grand on a computer. You get a year of AppleCare as part of any purchase — but do you need to pay for more time under Apple's guaranteed protection? The truth is, it depends on what you're buying to begin with. Read More >>

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iPod Nano Teardown: Try Not to Break It

iFixit has taken apart the seventh-gen iPod nano to get a look at its innards, and found that this guy — like most Apple products of late — is pretty difficult to repair. Read More >>

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Why You Really, Really, Really Need AppleCare on That Retina MacBook Pro

Apple's retina MacBook Pro may well be the platonic ideal of a portable computer. It's fast; it's thin; it's brilliantly realised. Oh, and as iFixit has discovered, it's a gigantic—and expensive—pain in the ass to fix yourself. Read More >>

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