Apple and Australia's Competition and Consumer Commission have agreed to terms on how the iPhone maker will handle warranties in the countries.
The ACCC announced Wednesday that Apple has agreed to provide warranties on products purchased within two years. In addition, the company says that it may provide "remedies" to issues after the two-year period, if they fall under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).
The ACL stands at the center of the debate between Apple and Australia. The law provides consumers with certain guarantees whenever they buy products. Namely, ACL ensures that warranties are kept in effect &… Read more