AppleCare+ in the UK

MoikeT

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Mar 12, 2012
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Anyone know if this insurance scheme is/will be available on this side of the pond?

Ta.
 

MoikeT

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Mar 12, 2012
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Thanks. (Wow, that was prompt!)

Oh, bother. I suppose I shall have to move to the USA then, but that's very complicated and I might end up getting one of those awful Anglo-American accents. :(
 

Spanky Deluxe

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Thanks. (Wow, that was prompt!)

Oh, bother. I suppose I shall have to move to the USA then, but that's very complicated and I might end up getting one of those awful Anglo-American accents. :(
Ha! Don't worry about the AppleCare+ here. As it stands, Apple are pretty good at repairing iPads that have been damaged and don't charge all that much. If Applecare+ were available here then I doubt I'd take it up anyway. Repairing an iPad doesn't cost too much and if I break it then it's my own fault anyway. I'd rather stick to the standard warranty.
 

Chris230291

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Feb 22, 2011
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Your probably much better off going third party. We have 2 MacBooks, an iMac, an iphone and an ipad all insured through our building society for £8 a month. You have to pay the first £40 on any claims though.

Edit: Plus a HTC desire and maybe a second iPad.
 

MoikeT

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Mar 12, 2012
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Good call. Thank you both. (Actually, the thought of the accent had already put me off, but it's good for my rapidly developing Apple obssessive anxiety syndrome to know that I'm not missing anything essential).