Apple is now offering its customers a second chance to purchase insurance, AppleCare+, after the 60-day deadline after purchasing an iPhone or Mac. This second chance is presented after an expensive repair of the device.
AppleCare+ is the insurance program Apple puts in place for its Apple-signed products. It offers many benefits to its subscribers, including Apple-certified support and repairs, Priority for technical assistanceBattery replacement and warranty covers Up to 2 Accidental Damage Covered every 12 months “. In fact, Apple insurance covers two accidents each year since last year While it initially covered only two years every two years.
Normally, you can only buy AppleCare+ when you purchase your device or within 60 days. However, Apple now offers Second chance to get insurance after 60 days. It is clear that some very specific conditions must be respected.
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Expensive iPhone or Mac repairs will motivate customers to buy Apple insurance
Our colleagues at MacRumors have obtained an internal note from Apple detailing this second chance. The Cupertino company explains that customers who do this Repair their iPhone or Mac At an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider are eligible for this second chance to purchase AppleCare+.
Two conditions must be met to purchase insurance from Apple at this time. It must be an iPhone or a Mac Bought less than a year ago. The device must also pass a physical examination and diagnostics after repair. Of course, customers should Pay the full Apple out-of-warranty fee To fix before taking AppleCare+. The Cupertino company hopes the costly repairs will prompt customers to get insurance.
Finally, this second chance offered by Apple is available at Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers. In all countries where AppleCare+ is available. Moreover, accessing AppleCare+ becomes more convenient at the same timeApple is giving its customers the opportunity to repair their iPhone themselves with our self-service repair program.
Source : Mac rumors
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