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Just wondering for those that buy Applecare, what do you do after the 3 years are up?
Is Applecare extendable after that period, or maybe people just buy a new machine?

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IIRC you can continue to purchase AppleCare after 3 years.


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Upgrade if its in the budget.
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Just wondering for those that buy Applecare, what do you do after the 3 years are up?
Is Applecare extendable after that period, or maybe people just buy a new machine? Neil
Three years is it. Otherwise folks would be buying Apple care on very old machines. Buying a new machine with Apple care is the answer.
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