As time has progressed, I've grown quite tired of Android and I'm ready to have a phone that works more seamlessly with my mac. So I'm finally ready to make the switch from Android to iPhone. With that said, I'm still trying to figure out the best way to make the switch. I know I can buy the phone directly from Apple with their new upgrade program (which includes AppleCare+). However, I have "Jump On Demand" with T-Mobile and I love using that program to make a switch whenever I feel the desire, rather than having to wait a full year. This might come in handy if I find that the iPhone isn't working for me, long term, or if the refreshed "iPhone 8" ends up getting released this year. With that said, I typically go full case/screen protectors on my Android phones for protection. But with AppleCare+, I wouldn't feel the need for bulky protection since repairs with that plan are so cheap. Which leads me to my question: Is it possible to buy the iPhone directly from T-Mobile and then add AppleCare+ to the phone from Apple? For instance, could I walk into T-Mobile and buy the phone, then walk across the street to the Apple Store and add AppleCare+ to it? Or do I have to buy the phone directly from Apple to get AppleCare+? I know T-Mobile will fight me on adding AppleCare+ directly through them since they try relentlessly to sell me the garbage Assurion Insurance, instead. Thanks for the input.