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If you’ve purchased a new iPhone in the last 12 months but
failed to buy AppleCare+ to protect it, Apple is ready to cut
you a break.

Apple has decided to extend the period in which iPhone buyers
can get AppleCare+ to one full year from the data of purchase,
after previously only letting you buy it within 60 days.

The new change in policy brings the iPhone’s AppleCare+ options
in line with other devices like the Apple TV and Mac. Apple
hasn’t officially updated its AppleCare+
website to reflect the changes, but a senior support rep
confirmed them to
MacRumors.

According to the report, the new extension only applies on the
iPhone. Owners of the iPad and Apple Watch still have to buy
AppleCare+ within the first 60 days. The change is retro-active
and applies to all iPhones purchased in the last year.

AppleCare+ extends the warranty on devices from one year to two
years. Coverage for most new iPhones cost $129 while AppleCare+
on the iPhone SE is only $99. Along with the extended warranty,
AppleCare+ customers get two incidents of accidental damage
coverage. Screen replacements cost $29 and full device
replacements cost $99.

If you do want to buy AppleCare+ on your new iPhone, all you
have to do is take the device into an Apple store for
inspection.

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