14 day return window The window starts from the date the phone is activated (ie when you receive it), or the day you pick it up in a store. And IIRC, you only get one exchange in that window (for anything other than a device malfunction). In other words, you can't get an iPhone 5, then exchange it for an Android device, then exchange it again for something else. You will also pay a $35 restocking fee.
If the device is malfunctioning, you get the same device with no restocking fee. I'm not sure if the time period for defective phones is now 14 days, it used to be 30 for everything but iPhones. Any Apple device, as soon as you walk out the door with it, Apple handles warranty claims, full stop.
This is illegel in california
What exactly is illegal?
california forces 30 day returns
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