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so i sent of my ibook for screen repairs, and this makes me wonder, should i go ahead and get applecare? or is it too late? my waranty expires in october, and i dont want sometihn to happen to it while im poor and in college
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You can purchase the applecare anytime before the warranty expires so you don't have to do it immediately. I have AppleCare with my powerbook and it has already paid for itself because of a repair. I don't think its as important with the mini/eMac since they are much more reliable but with new models I think it is worth the extra money for the 2 more years

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