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Apple adds $59 AppleCare+ for iPod classic and iPod touch

Michael Grothaus, @michaelgrothaus
September 11, 2013
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Apple has quietly added a US$59 AppleCare+ plan for the iPod classic and iPod touch. Like other products eligible for AppleCare+ plans, the iPod classic and iPod touch can now get an additional year of warranty coverage, a total of two years of phone support and two incidents of repair or replacement due to accidental damage (with an additional $29 fee to cover accidental damage when it occurs).

Previously all iPods were only covered by the standard AppleCare plans, which don't offer accidental damage protection. Apple has also launched the AppleCare+ plan in Italy, France and the UK.

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