What part of it do you not understand. Are we running into some sort of linguistic barrier here?
They are required by the law to provide 2 years of warranty
. You don't have to send it to the company you bought it from, Apple has to service it
if you RMA it directly to them.
Let's quote EXACTLY what you said:
neo1988, on 29 May 2012 - 13:43, said:
Not true. EU only mandates "Gewährleistung" of the store that sells the products, not the producer. "Garantie" offered by the producer - in this case Apple - is completely voluntary. Apple and others could just as easily offer no Garantie at all.
Which is completely bogus. Apple is required by the law to provide _2_ years of warranty. Period.
They were sued because they didn't previously provide it. Now they have to because of the law. Comprendez?