Last year ago, I purchased an Apple iPad 2 from its Online Store, and before it turns one-year old on 14th December 2012, I took up AppleCare Protection Plan to extend the warranty coverage for my iPad device.
Costing mere $118 Singapore dollars, I truly believe it will be a great buy as it provided additional level of protection for another one more year. I can share my own personal experience with Apple Support Phone helpline, where the agent gave really professional help to me, despite I am only covered under limited warranty.
I would not have recommended the Protection Plan, if it’s not because of the Customer Service of the Phone representative. Furthermore, there’s added coverage under this plan.
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Apple has finally realized the needs of its consumer, introducing the new sleek design of Apple’s iTunes 11! So, what has Apple done to the latest version?
The overly-cluttered interface has been improvised to look cleaner; it is also faster in starting up and accessing (typically in Windows operating system); and introduced some new features. One may feel weird and unfamiliar during first-time use of iTunes 11, however, it is not too difficult to restore back the original look, but I guess it still works for me in the new interface.
For 14 times this season in the English Premier League, Manchester United has conceded the first goal in every of these matches. This time, it was away to face Reading, where 7 first-half goals sealed the fate of the match.
After going down to Reading’s opening goal, Manchester United fought back to 2-1, but two quick successive goals by Reading restored their 1-goal cushion. It took another moment of magic from Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie to swing the match back in favor of the Red Devils.
Although the victory was claimed by Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson was not at all pleased, especially with the defensive fragility his team has been displaying throughout this season. There were too many a times when he felt his team “was rescued”.
Having said that, he could not have been more glad (or pleased) to have extended the lead at the top of the Premier League table, knowing that second-placed Manchester City and third-placed Chelsea has drawn and lost their matches, respectively. Sir Alex Ferguson is unlikely to let go of his grip this month, to ensure he has a good New Year.