AppleCare+ for Mac Accidental Coverage Expands to Canada, Mexico, and Europe

With all of the hubbub going on with Apple and their product announcements this week, a great new expansion of AppleCare+ for Mac for the rest of the world has happened this week too.  The coverage, with accidental damage coverage, is now available in Canada and Mexico.  Further, it is available in a handful of countries in Europe and the Middle East.

To this point, AppleCare+ for Mac had only been available here in the United States as well as Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.  This expansion now includes Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates.

Regardless of country, the coverage is still the same.  You have three years of hardware coverage and support on eligible Macs and it includes two accidental damage incidents.  Those incidents are subject to a service fee (think deductible) per incident and it varies on the device and type of repair needed.

The coverage in these new countries is available on all Macs that are currently available from Apple.  AppleCare+ coverage can be purchased at the time you purchase your new Mac or up to 30 days after purchase.  For more details, check the Apple Store site in these countries.  There you will find the price of the plan for each Mac and the service fees.

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