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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by FilmIndustryGuy, Jul 11, 2017.
Did AppleCare go up in price? I called and the guy told me it did in last 2 months.
AppleCare was essentially replaced with AppleCare+ (to include incidents of accidental damage similar to that for other iDevices), so cost went up a few dollars, depending on which Mac you have.
AppleCare+ must be purchased within 60 days of your Mac purchase.
i bought student apple care for rMB for $184 and now my 1 month old rMB 2017 is $229 according to the phone call i had.
Good thing you registered your AppleCare at the old price, then!
So, you have no interest in the accidental damage coverage that was added (?)
i have both the 2015 and the 2017 rMB and bought apple care for the 2015 in March
Oh... so you will have different coverage on your two rMB.
Keep in mind that you can't add the AppleCare+ more than 60 days after purchase of your 2017 rMB. Other than a higher cost, that's the other important change.