appleX review

In the review of the Apple Iphonex in 20th Dec issue it talks about the Apple Upgrade Programme included free Apple Care.
I have Joined this Program and it does include Apple Care but it is not free and cost is added to monthly payment.

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Sounds like AppleCare+

AppleCare+ is when you pay for more than the 1 year repair and 90 days support. Noted at:

AppleCare (without the plus mark) is what we read as "Every Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and display comes with complimentary telephone technical support and a limited warranty from Apple."

There was no need to join the program unless you were sold the Plus version.

Post was last edited on January 16, 2018 8:05 PM PST

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Consult Apple's official website

Hi therobinsonhome! One important thing that you need to remember while using Apple devices is that nothing will ever be free of charge! The company is all about investment and profits and there is very little chance that any of its products will ever be commercialised without a price. Do consult their official website for more details!

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Some things are still free.

My iPhone 5s just got an iOS update for the embarrassing issue with a single character via message causing it to reboot. Didn't have to pay for that.

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