AppleCare+ for iPhone and Mac can be activated only within 60 days from the purchase
As reported by MacRumors, starting today all the plans, AppleCare+ for iPhone, iPad and Mac can only be activated within 60 days of the purchase of the device, and not within one year as previously.
During the keynote of the last WWDC, Apple introduced the additional warranty AppleCare+ for the Mac, with coverage of both standard and accidental damage. The AppleCare originally planned for the Mac, which covered only damage as standard, could be activated for the entire time of the legal guarantee provided for that device. Now, however, AppleCare+ must be activated within 60 days from the purchase, while it always remains to be activated within 12 months of the AppleCare standard.
AppleCare + for Mac is available for MacBook, MacBook Pro (13-inch, 15-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac Pro and Mac mini, with prices that vary depending on the model.
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