Apple might fix your iPhone X screen for free

Apple might fix your iPhone X screen for free

Apple might fix your iPhone X screen for free

While that is not the most straightforward answer we could have hoped for, there's a chance the "other factors" portion of that statement means that Amazon would like to avoid pitting its Echo line of smart speakers directly against Apple's alternative - or vice versa.

Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) will service affected drives, free of charge.

Earlier Amazon, despite being one of the largest online retail company, sold only limited Apple products that included Mac computers and Beats headphones.

Apple products have always been available on Amazon but they have been typically only available through third-party sellers.

However, the deal could be bad news for some sellers on the site.

In the case of other non-US markets: France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom are all going to see the hot Apple products on their Amazon sites along with the US. You can locate your nearest Authorised Service Provider here. For Apple, the deal could mean reaching many more customers and benefitting from the customer base of Amazon and with the deal happening just in time for Christmas will no doubt see more traffic driven towards the Amazon website.

There are quite a few points that are underlined with this new deal and that includes the fact that Apple and Nike, which have traditionally been averse to selling its products on e-commerce platforms are taking it up because of its prevalence and viability. Does making it available on Amazon make it easier to get your shopping done? With the holidays quickly approaching, it makes sense that Amazon and Apple would look to strike this deal, despite the somewhat rocky history the two companies have. Any third-party listings for Apple products will be removed from Amazon by January 4, 2019. Industry watchers, however, said Amazon could easily circumvent the rule by making Cloudtail, an entity in which it owns 49 per cent, a certified reseller of Apple products.

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