Tag: AppleCare+

AppleCare+ Now Covers Two Incidents of Accidental Damage Every 12 Months

Apple has updated AppleCare+ plan for all eligible devices to include coverage for two cases of accidental damage every 12 months. Previously, the company only covered one incident of accidental damage every year for two years under the plan. The updated AppleCare+ policies are eligible for the new Apple Watch, iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Additionally, […]

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Screenshots Confirm Apple’s Online Store in India Launching Soon, AppleCare+ to Also be Available

It was reported last month that Apple is planning to open its online store in India within the next few weeks. Now, screenshots obtained by us further confirm Apple’s plan to launch its online store in India soon. They also point to Apple bringing AppleCare+ to India. The screenshots confirm that Apple will allow customers […]

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Apple Giving Customers an Entire Year to Purchase AppleCare+ for New iPhones, Macs

Apple is now allowing customers to subscribe to AppleCare+ for their products within a year of purchasing it in the United States and Canada. Up until now, Apple offered customers a 60-day window for buying AppleCare+ for their new products. Due to a slowdown in sales and warranty extensions thanks to the ongoing pandemic, Apple […]

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AirPods Pro Earbud, Wireless Battery Case Replacement Costs $89 Each

Apple unveiled the AirPods Pro yesterday without much of a fanfare. Apple’s latest true wireless earbud comes with active noise cancellation and ear tips of different sizes. The AirPods Pro is priced at $249 and as expected the repair/replacement cost has gone up with AirPods Pro. The AirPods Pro costs $50 more than the normal […]

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Apple Offering Monthly Subscription Payment Option for AppleCare+ for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch

Apart from offering AppleCare+ for the AirPods and selected Beats headphones, Apple has also quietly launched a monthly payment plan for AppleCare+ and allowing them to subscribe to AppleCare+ for an indefinite period of time. What this means is that you will no longer need to pay for AppleCare+ coverage for your iPhone, iPad, or […]

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