AppleCare+ Should be Bought Within 60 Days of Purchase for Mac and iPhone

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Has been had a subscription or just want to purchase AppleCare+, Apple in recently decided to limit the purchase of this service within 60 days of the terminal’s purchase, if you just bought a new devices and consider to buy the AppleCare+, you should make a decision as soon as possible.

This new policy is from a AppleCare+ support staff, and it is available for the Apple devices like iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Comparing to the previous policy of allowing the customers to buy AppleCare plan within a year, the time will become much shorter then before.

According to Worldwide Developers Conference in June, an updated AppleCare+ for Mac warranty plan was introduced, and it will provide standard AppleCare coverage along with accidental damage coverage. With this new plan, the AppleCare+ purchase should be made within 60 days from the customer buying the new device.

What’s AppleCare+

AppleCare+ is an additional service of Apple that provides warranty and technical support for its products, such as iPhone, iPad, Apple Watches and Mac. Customers can choose to buy this plan to extend the length and expand the scope of coverage for the support.



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