Reminder: Get AppleCare+ for iPhone X if You Haven’t Already

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Every iPhone comes with one year of hardware repair coverage through its limited warranty and up to 90 days of free support. If you bought an iPhone X, this is the last day you can get extended coverage with AppleCare+. Get AppleCare+ to extend your support to two years.

AppleCare+

AppleCare+ for the iPhone X is US$199, here’s what it covers:

  • Your iPhone
  • Battery (1)
  • Included earphones and accessories
  • Coverage for up to two incidents of accidental damage, each subject to a service fee of $29 for screen damage, or $99 for any other damage, plus applicable taxGet AppleCare+ for your iPhone X today.

There are additional ways you can get support too, including:

  • 24/7 priority access to Apple experts via chat or phone
  • Mail-in repair: Mail in your iPhone using a prepaid shipping box provided by Apple
  • Carry-in repair: Take your iPhone to an Apple Retail Store or other Apple Authorized Service Provider
  • Express Replacement Service

For more details you can read the AppleCare+ Terms and Conditions.

3 Comments Add a comment

  1. Kodac

    If you bought an iPhone X, that complimentary support ends today.

    Maybe you mean the ability to buy AppleCare+ ends today, right? The 90 days mentioned isn’t up yet…

  2. Michael33rs

    I wonder if it’s with getting Apple Care+ in my case. I have the AT&T Next every year plan, and since the phone comes with a one year warranty, and I always keep mine in a case, it just doesn’t add up to spend an extra $200. If I went every two years or more, then it would make more sense for me. Still, I was under the impression that you have ninety days from the initial date of purchase to buy it, correct?

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