Apple Stores can offer AppleCare+ up to a year after purchase

If a buyer needs their iPhone or Mac repaired within a year of buying it, they can now get AppleCare+ — but only to cover the cost of any later repairs.Ten years ago, Apple added the option for iPhone buyers to purchase AppleCare+ up to 30 days after buying, instead of at time of sale. Since then it has extended it to 60 days, Apple considered making it either one or two years, and it has also stretched out the time limit to help during the coronavirus pandemic.Now a new internal Apple memo reportedly says that iPhone, or Mac, users will be able to buy AppleCare+ up to a year after purchasing the device. This deal does not, however, operate in the same way that the current 60-day window does. Read more…
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