Apple has updated its AppleCare+ plans for France, Italy, and Spain to make them renewable for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. This means that after an Apple Care+ plan is about to end, customers may extend it further by converting it into a monthly plan. Technically, customers can extend their AppleCare+ plan indefinitely through this coverage plan.
AppleCare+ for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch can be extended indefinitely in France, Italy, and Spain
This new plan was first introduced for Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and now has been extended to France, Italy, and Spain. However, it is important to note that this applies to iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch only. The renewable AppleCare+ plan for Mac is only available in the United States at the moment.
It is important to note that users must have paid upfront for an AppleCare+ plan for their devices, which is either for 24 months or 36 months. After that, the plan can be continued on a monthly or annual basis until it is canceled.
Another important thing to note is that extended AppleCare+ coverage is subject to the current Terms and Conditions, as laid out by Apple when the plan is renewed. So make sure that you are aware of the terms of your extended coverage.
Apple will not notify you, unless required by your local laws, when your Apple Care+ plan is about to expire. You can check the warranty and AppleCare+ of your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch to check when you need to renew your plan.
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