Apple now lets you extend a Mac’s AppleCare Plus coverage beyond three years
Apple’s Mac computers typically come with a one-year warranty that you can optionally extend to three years by purchasing AppleCare Plus. The extended warranty also adds coverage for accidents and physical damage. But now, Apple is giving Mac customers the choice to keep AppleCare Plus going for even longer than the usual three-year limit.
As noticed by MacRumors, there’s a new support page that confirms people in Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States can convert AppleCare Plus into an indefinite annual subscription once the coverage they paid for upfront lapses. Apple says the recurring annual coverage must be purchased “within 30 days of the end date of your original coverage.” Once you’ve moved…