AppleCare+ adds "unlimited repairs" but will charge service fees

Apple’s autumn conference was held today. In addition to the release of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, Apple also updated the AppleCare + additional warranty service today, adding an “unlimited repair” option, and Not twice a year. 

Apple says that AppleCare+ for iPhone "includes unlimited accidental damage protection," which does provide unlimited service, but charges a service fee each time. Strictly speaking, this should be called unlimited low-service repairs, and the price is indeed much lower than not buying AppleCare+. For example, damage to the screen or back glass costs $29, and other accidental damage costs $99. Accidental damage here includes physical damage due to accidental and unintentional causes but excludes theft.

Apple Watch, iPad and Mac can also join unlimited repairs. This service has now appeared in the UK, France, Australia, and other countries. As for the cost of this service, the two-year premium for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is $269 each, or $13.49 a month. The iPhone 14 costs $219 for two years, or $11.49 a month. The iPhone 14 Plus costs $249 for two years, or $12.49 a month.

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