AppleCare+ Can Now Be Purchased One Year after Getting a New iPhone
Sunday, 19 March 2017 Customers of new iPhones now have up to one year to get AppleCare+ for their device, as Apple decided to update its policy. Previously, people could get AppleCare+ only within 60 days after buying a new phone. Apple hasn’t yet updated its website to include the new policy, but “a senior AppleCare advisor” stated for MacRumors that the purchase window for AppleCare+ will be extended. The change would be made to reflect the fact that customers will be able to add AppleCare+ coverage within the one-year warranty for any iPhone. Apple adopted a similar policy when it comes to AppleCare for Mac and Apple TV, which can be purchased no later than 365 days (or 366 days in case of leap years) after buying the new product. Retroactive extension for iPhone owners Moreover, the report mentions that the extension is retroactive and only applies to
The new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are now available in a new red color. Apple unveiled the red phones on Tuesday as part of the Red awareness program, which raises funds for HIV and AIDS charities in sub-Saharan Africa. The special edition red iPhones come in 128 and 256 gigabyte versions and they start...
New renders of what could be the design of the iPhone 8 have been posted on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
Two rendered images — spotted by 9to5Mac... Business Insider - TechnologyAlso reported by •MailOnline
Apple's alleged supplier for the 3D Touch implementation for the OLED "iPhone 8" has hiked its price, and is reportedly charging more than double for the... AppleInsider - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •Softpedia