AppleCare+ now includes unlimited accidental iPhone repairs. Apple’s extension gives peace of mind for accident-prone iPhone users.
Screen or rear glass repair costs $29, while “other unintentional damage” costs $99. The fixed-term or monthly AppleCare+ price varies by device.
AppleCare+ is $9.99 a month or $199 for two years for a new iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max, while the iPhone 14 Plus is $1 less per month (and $20 cheaper for two years). iPhone 14, 13, 13 mini, or 12 owners may buy protection for $7.99 a month or $149 for two years; iPhone SE owners pay $3.99 a month or $79 for two years.
According to the company’s website, coverage begins instantly and offers “unlimited accidental damage protection”
New unlimited coverage is available worldwide.
The shift isn’t restricted to the U.S. The banner has appeared in other areas, according to Apple Insider.
France, the UK, Australia, and other nations have updated their AppleCare Products main page. Visit the AppleCare Products website to see whether the functionality is available in your area.
AppleCare+ price reports vary
Apple Insider’s pricing differed. AppleCare+ for the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro will cost $9.99 per month or $199 for two years.
Apple Insider reports the firm has updated iPhone 14 AppleCare+ price. Both the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max cost $269 for two years.
Monthly consumers would pay $13.49 for unlimited accidental damage fixes. Monthly, it’s tiny, but yearly, it might be significant.
AppleCare+ costs $219 for two years on the iPhone 14. This would cost consumers $11.49 per month to secure their gadgets against numerous breaks every year.
iPhone 14 Plus costs $249 for two years. Monthly rates are $12.49, which is higher than the iPhone 14 but less than the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
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