Date: Monday, April 22nd, 2013, 07:15
Category: News, retail
You know Apple’s One to One service, available for US$99 with the purchase of a new Mac?
Well, there are now some new provisos.
Per ZDNet, the service terms now state that data migration is available only in the first 60 days (previously 12 months), transfer must be by wired means (no more Wi-Fi transfers), only hardware bought with the Mac will be installed (previously any hardware) and staff will now ‘assist’ with installation of software purchased during training sessions (previously they’d install it for you).
Beyond that, you’re sorta on your own…