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CALIFORNIA: Apple wants to help Japan flood victims in its own way possible. The company is promising to fix any repairable Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, or iPad damaged during the disaster.

Apple will fix these devices at no cost. Customers need to call Apple Support to get their devices picked up for repair, Cnet reported.

It is to be noted that Apple typically does not cover liquid damage, however, it has made an exception in case of its affected Japanese customers who can get their devices fixed until the end of September.

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