Following the launch of the new iPhone 14 series, Apple has quietly updated its AppleCare+ page. The new plan offers support for “unlimited repairs,” a welcome change from the former limit of “two incidents of accidental damage cover every year.”
According to Apple’s updated terms, if you opt for AppleCare+ for your iPhone, you will enjoy accidental damage protection for unlimited incidents. Do note that you will have to pay the service fees as well as whatever tax is applicable. That means you’ll have to shell out $29 to repair your shattered screen or back glass.
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Furthermore, you can claim $149 for theft or loss, and $99 for other accidental damage. In this instance, AppleCare+ continues to cover up to two incidents of theft or loss every year. To claim it, you’ll have to ensure that you have enabled Find My before it was stolen or lost. Apple assures that you’ll receive Express Replacement Service under this plan. You can also chat or talk to Apple experts on priority.
AppleCare+ is priced at $9.99 per month for iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max users. You also have the option to buy coverage for two years at a price of $199. The plan is not limited just to iPhones. Devices such as the Apple Watch, Mac, and iPad also get the unlimited repairs feature with AppleCare+.