AppleCare is a service offered by Apple for its users as a warranty for its products. It has the 90 days of the validity and then extended for upto 1 year as a hardware guarantee. However, it does not cover the damages caused by any accident. Now, at the event, Apple has announced the improved version of this service named as AppleCare+, and it will be available for the users on October 14 and onwards. To enjoy the service, you will have to pay $99.
As per the Apple’s policy and plan, the AppleCare+ service is valid only for two times. Which means you can take the advantage of the service only upto two accidents. You will be required to pay only $49 for each time to get the service for your iDevice in case of an accident once you have purchased the plan, rather if you go for another iPhone it may cost you upto $600. In this order, the AppleCare+ offers a very pocket friendly deal. Isn’t it?
“Every iPhone comes with one year of hardware repair coverage and 90 days of telephone technical support. AppleCare+ for the iPhone extends repair coverage and technical support to two years from the original purchase date of your iPhone and adds coverage for up to two incidents of accidental damage due to handling, each subject to a $49 service fee.1 With AppleCare+ for iPhone, Apple experts can help troubleshoot issues over the phone or at an Apple Retail Store. They’ll answer questions about iOS, Apple iPhone apps such as Mail, iMessage, and Calendar, and help you solve interconnectivity issues between your iPhone and Mac or PC. And if your iPhone needs service under the plan, Apple technical support representatives can even set up a repair during the same call.”
Now, if your iPhone or any other iDevice gets broken, damaged, broken screen or any other accident, you don’t need to worry as it is not going to get out of your budget. However, it is to mention that plan offers the service only for two times. So, it is better to keep your device safe and secure with some precautions rather than being careless towards it. What do you think?