AppleCare+ Pricing Speculation

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  1. xanadeath, Mar 9, 2015
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    xanadeath macrumors 6502

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    Anyone care to speculate on the respective prices of AppleCare+ coverage. I'm hoping the Apple Watch Sport AppleCare+ will carry a price tag of $50 or so, but would (obviously) expect the prices to go up with the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition.
     
  2. mattopotamus, Mar 9, 2015
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    Hard to say. I think it would be relative to the variant: sport, watch, edition.
     
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    Because they're not announced the prices and the OP is asking for speculation on the prices.

    Don't forget the deductible while you're at it. Should be interesting to see what it'd be for the Edition models.
     
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    Because the price hasn’t been announced.

    Seeing as the Edition comes with 2 years limited warranty vs 1 year for the others, I’d say there will be two price points of $69 and $99. The service fees will probably be $49 and $79.
     
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    That sounds about right.
     
  8. xanadeath thread starter macrumors 6502

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    The Apple Watch Edition AppleCare+ has got to be crazy expensive....

    If we look at the iPod Touch AppleCare+ though, for example, it is $60 and has a $30 deductible. I would think something similar for the Sport, possibly. Probably a bit more.
     
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    [Mod Note]

    Please continue the discussion in the news thread >> here.
     
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