- Apple is expanding its Apple Care Plus warranty coverage to include two repairs per year for accidental damage instead of one.
- The changes apply to iPhones, Macs, iPads, and the company’s newly unveiled Apple Watches.
- The move comes months after Apple CFO Luca Maestri said Apple Care would take a hit during Q3 due to closed retail stores and overall “economic weakness.”
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Apple is expanding its coverage offered through its Apple Care Plus warranty program, making it easier for you to get your device fixed if it’s damaged.
iPhones are now covered for two fixes a year instead of one, regardless of which of the two warranty packages you choose. The changes also apply to the company’s new Apple Watches that were unveiled during Tuesday’s product launch, according to MacRumors, who was the first to find the upgrades, as well as to Macs and iPads. The upgrades are also now listed on Apple’s website.
The cost of an Apple Care Plus plan depends on the device you want to cover,