Apple reportedly allows iPhone and Mac customers to buy AppleCare after the initial 60 days

In a leaked internal document obtained by MacRumors, Apple may begin offering iPhone customers a second chance to purchase the AppleCare+ extended repair and warranty plan offered by Apple. Usually, in most countries, Apple will give customers 60 days to buy AppleCare+ to protect their purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. According to the leaked document, customers who have had their iPhones for less than a year and have recently had their iPhone repaired by Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider will be eligible to purchase Apple Care+ for their devices. Of course, this...

Apple reportedly allows iPhone and Mac customers to buy AppleCare after the initial 60 days

In a leaked internal document obtained by MacRumors, Apple may begin offering iPhone customers a second chance to purchase the AppleCare+ extended repair and warranty plan offered by Apple. Usually, in most countries, Apple will give customers 60 days to buy AppleCare+ to protect their purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. According to the leaked document, customers who have had their iPhones for less than a year and have recently had their iPhone repaired by Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider will be eligible to purchase Apple Care+ for their devices. Of course, this...