AppleCare+ for iPad, iPhone, and iPod is abouted to debut in Australia in the near future, perhaps in advance of the launch of the iPhone 6 in the country.
According to a tipster that talked with MacRumors, Apple Store staff members in Australia are presently receiving training on the solution.
AppleCare+ for iPhone originally launched in the U.S. in 2011, providing two years of extensive warranty protection in addition to for two unintended damages occurrences (with a $$ 79 service charge).
The program expanded to include the iPad in 2012, and because then, Apple has turned out AppleCare+ protection in a variety of countries including Canada, China, Japan, Singapore, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, and also several countries across Europe.
Presently, clients in Australia are limited to typical AppleCare security for the iPad and the iPhone, which provides 2 years of added coverage however does not include unintended harm substitutes.
Prices on AppleCare+ in Australia has not yet been divulged, however it will likely be comparable to rates in the United States, which is $$ 99.