AppleBitch*(via AppleInsider) is reporting that, after a temporary store outage, Apple has made the company’s return policy more prominent on the site. A “Returns” link is now present at the bottom of every store page. Apple also made the “Help” and “Contact Us” more prominent. Why is this particularly newsworthy? Well, it’s the only major […]
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Apple Makes Return Policy More Prominent, Apple Not Exhibiting at Book Expo

icon175x175.pngAppleBitch*(via AppleInsider) is reporting that, after a temporary store outage, Apple has made the company’s return policy more prominent on the site. A “Returns” link is now present at the bottom of every store page. Apple also made the “Help” and “Contact Us” more prominent.

Why is this particularly newsworthy? Well, it’s the only major change that was found on the site. When the Apple site goes down, it’s normally to make a more major change, such as a product launch. Anyway, the policy has not changed, and the returns are still required to be completed within 14 days of purchase. And so on.

Next up, a recent report had claimed that Apple would be exhibiting at the BookExpo America conference, in an effort to raise awareness for iBooks. That, as it turns out, will not quite be the case. Even though BookExpo America’s website lists Apple as an exhibitor, Apple’s presence there will be in the form of a back room meeting with major book publishers. So there’s that.

* I swear I’m not making that name up.

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