When AppleCare+ for Mac launched initially, the extra warranty coverage was only available in the United States and Japan.
And then, in the early stages of this year the option expanded to Australia and New Zealand. And now, months later, AppleCare+ for Mac is now available even more places. As was first reported on Wednesday by MacRumors, AppleCare+ for Mac has expanded into Canada, Mexico, and across Europe. It is also available in the Middle East as well.
In Europe, AppleCare+ for Mac is available in Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. In the Middle East, the extra warranty option is available in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
If you do pick up the AppleCare+ for Mac, it will add a total of three years of coverage to your Mac, which includes discounted rates for repair or replacement costs, and includes tech support as well. The aforementioned service fees will vary depending on the damage to the Mac. And AppleCare+ will cover two accidental damage incidents.
As far as which Macs are covered, they are: the iMac Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, Mac mini, MacBook Pro (13- and 15-inch), MacBook Air, and the MacBook.
AppleCare+ is usually purchased with the new Mac, but it is worth noting that you have up to 60 days to add the extra warranty coverage as long as the Mac you want to cover is provided with a diagnostics check or inspection.
The new option is a nice bonus for folks who plan on picking up a new Mac, or have very recently, especially with the new MacBook Air right around the corner.[via MacRumors]