Apple has updated its AppleCare+ warranty plan to offer “unlimed repairs” for accidental damage protection. Previously, AppleCare+ covered two incidents of accidental damage.
Recently, the Cupertino tech giant launched its “Self Service Repair” program for the latest iPhone and Apple Silicon MacBooks. The service enables customers to purchase tools and genuine parts from the company for DYI screens, batteries, and other repairs.
Maybe, to make the AppleCare+ plan attractive to users, the company has updated it to provide unlimited repairs for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, along with iPhone.
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New AppleCare+ provides unlimited repairs subject to service fees
Under AppleCare+, accidental damage incidents cover screen or back glass damage and others. Now, the coverage offers unlimited incidents of accidental damage protection and each incident is subject to the service fees and applicable tax.
- Screen or back glass damage – $29
- Other accidental damage – $99
Customers continue to get Express Replacement Service and 24/7 priority access to Apple experts by chat or phone in Care+ coverage.
The company also offers AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss warranty plan which has not been changed and continues to cover up to two incidents of theft or loss every 12 months subject to the deductible fees.
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