Apple Silently Reduces AppleCare+ Prices for M1 MacBook Air & Pro

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Apple has sneakily reduced the price of its AppleCare+ extended warranty and technical support package for the M1-powered MacBook Air and Pro models. The updated price for the M1 MacBook Air drops from $249 to $199, while the Pro drops from $269 to $249.

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As sweet as this price change sounds, at the moment, it seems to only apply to their Apple Silicon M1 MacBook models. Their Intel-based model AppleCare+ price remains unaffected at $269.

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AppleCare Plus for Macs extends the 90 days of coverage included with a new laptop to three years and includes two damage replacements every 12 months. An additional charge of $99 for replacing the screen or outside of the laptop, or a $299 for “other damage” can be added optionally. Although those extra fees could easily add up, it’s not a bad idea for an already pricey laptop. Especially if you’re as accident-prone as I am.

Customers who recently purchased AppleCare+ for one of the affected MacBook models can contact Apple Support for assistance with cancelling their current AppleCare+ plan and purchasing a new one at the lower price, according to information obtained by MacRumors; however, it remains unclear how far back purchases can be while still qualifying for cancellation and re-purchasing at the lower price. Although Apple did not specify a cutoff date, officially, Apple’s support terms dictate an AppleCare+ package should be purchased within 60 days of buying a new Mac.

Go and getchurrrr money, baby!

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