IPhone Now Eligible For AppleCare Up To 1 Year After Purchase
Traditionally, Apple has given users 60 days from their purchase date to add AppleCare to their hardware product. This extension from a 60-day window to a one-year window should make it significantly easier for customers to buy AppleCare+ coverage after their initial purchase.
iPhone now eligible for AppleCare up to 1 year after purchase
AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss includes up to two incidents of accidental damage, theft, or loss coverage every 24 months. Both tiers of AppleCare+ serve as a complement to the one-year limited warranty that comes with Apple hardware purchases.
By submitting your order, you certify that you have read and understand the terms and conditions of the Employee Purchase Program and confirm that you are an eligible person (of at least 18 years of age) to participate in this Program as described above.
Personal Discount: You may purchase or "sponsor" up to three system bundles or displays, three iPads, three iPhones, three Watches and up to ten iPods each calendar year (January 1-December 31). No more than the eligible quantity amount can be shipped to the same individual or entity (i.e., company, institution, club or group), whether that purchase is Sponsored solely by you or, also, by other eligible employees / members. To "Sponsor" means placing an order for a family member or friend.
Like most audio devices, the AirPods come with a standard one-year warranty, called AppleCare or the Apple One-Year Limited Warranty. It covers AirPods purchased from official and 3rd-party sources and provides the following benefits:
You can purchase an AppleCare plan when you buy your device or within a certain time period after buying it. If you are buying it later, sometimes you may be unable to buy an AppleCare+ plan; you may run into an error message saying something like:
Is your device eligible for an AppleCare product? In most cases, you can buy an AppleCare plan within 60 days of your device purchase. After this period, your device will no longer be eligible. You can check this online. Here is how you can check:
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Whether you have one of the best MacBooks and Macs, the best iPhone, and iPad or all of the above, trying to figure out whether to get AppleCare is always a bit of a conundrum. After all, while most Apple products come with a one-year limited warranty that covers hardware failures and manufacturing defects, what if your device has problems after the 12 months is up?
With AppleCare+, your device's warranty is extended to three years from the date you purchased the insurance. So for the most coverage, you can rely on the complimentary coverage for 59 days and then purchase AppleCare+, giving your device three years and two months of protection.
Just as with every previous generation of iPhones, aftermarket repairpeople/shops are just going to have to accept that they won't get many current-generation iPhones coming in until the warranties get close to expiration. The only IP6/6+ repairs you're going to get for most of the next year will be for things like smashed displays, where the damage has already voided the warranty. This shouldn't surprise you; isn't this what's happened for every previous iPhone? 350c69d7ab