Simple question. I know AppleCare for Mac provides global coverage. I bought my Macbook in the US with AppleCare, and I can go to any Apple store/authorised service center around the world to get it fix. The question is whether it's the same case for AppleCare+. Searching the internet provides pointless unverified information. It is ironic considering there are millions of people having iPhones around the world. The tech blogs are even worse: http://appleinsider.com/articles/13...are_coverage_for_international_travelers.html http://www.engadget.com/2013/09/24/applecare-international-coverage/ Even Macrumors: http://www.macrumors.com/2013/09/24/applecare-may-include-coverage-for-international-travelers/ You can see the tech blogs regurgitating this news without any sort of attempts to verify it with Apple. I contacted Apple, and this is what they said: "Thank you for contacting Apple. AppleCare+ provides coverage only in the country where you purchased it." So this sucks since I will not be in my home country for an extended amount of time, and I was planning to buy the iPhone 6S plus AppleCare+.