I have two watch delivered and only one had an email of the proof of coverage.Anyone purchase Apple Care in the UK for their Series 4 and had it registered yet? I’ve had no coverage certificate and if I check online Apple don’t have my watch as covered by Apple Care
I would give it another day first. I received my email for one of the watches this morning before the watch was even delivered. I would contact Apple for proof of coverage if I do not receive it by Monday.Mine shows as delivered, I’ve just not had my Apple Care+ email yet.
I’m in the US and have this issue. I was told by Apple that if you have LTE it may take 72hours to register ( something to do with carrier). Check in a few daysAnyone purchase Apple Care in the UK for their Series 4 and had it registered yet? I’ve had no coverage certificate and if I check online Apple don’t have my watch as covered by Apple Care
Don’t ask me why it makes a difference? I was just told that it does. I have a case open and they will check back in the next few daysI don’t get what LTE has to do with Apple Applying the Apple Care + I purchased when I ordered my Watch last week, but I’ll call them Monday if there is still no change.
Usually I have my Apple Care certificate before I even receive the Phone/Watch.
I don’t think £45 per year is that bad given it’s attached to your wrist and therefore at risk of small knocks during day to day wear.The applecare+ Covers only breakage of the screen or even deep scratches? Any personal opinion if it really worth the 89£?
I have to agree with the above, I'd hate to knock my new £529 watch and damage the screen and so for £45 a year ( £3.70 a week ) really isn't anything to complain about.I don’t think £45 per year is that bad given it’s attached to your wrist and therefore at risk of small knocks during day to day wear.
I work in an office and still see it as worthwhile for a £529 Watch.
The downside of that is you’ve got a screen protector and case covering your watch, which detracts considerably from the user experience.I'm not buying Apple Care i think it's waste of money, i will use standard 1 year warranty. The screen protector + case will last me much longer.
Yes, you are right however I don't have the choice really. You know i really want to have AW4 SS but the price put me off, therefore I will upgrade yearly obviously...The downside of that is you’ve got a screen protector and case covering your watch, which detracts considerably from the user experience.
I don’t mean cosmetic damage but for example the topic starter show us a photo of a very big scratch that possible affects the way the watch works. Is this considered a ours cosmetic damage? If yes What stop someone from hit the watch one more time to break completely the screen then in order to exchange it with the small fee?Apples care does not cover for scratches that do not affect function of the watch. Check terms and conditions. Only accidental breakages. Don’t expect to get a new watch if it is scratched.