The introduction of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been the best thing to happen to the smartphone world. Not only can the devices perform miracles but they look awesome and definitely feel great to own. Obviously owning a smartphone such the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus means that one has to be cautious.
It’s a given that the owners will take great care of their devices, however accidents happen. In this case, one would need the best cover to ensure one doesn’t spend crazy amounts of money should their smartphone need repairs.
This is the reason that Apple has a cover specifically for their devices. With iCare, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners can cover their devices should anything happen. This is ideal because as the manufacturer, Apple will know exactly how to fix the phone and the owner will not forfeit their warranty. The iCare Plus extends the smartphone’s warranty coverage to two years from the original purchase date. The cover also adds up to two incidents of accidental damage coverage.
The plan includes telephonic technical support and repairs at Apple’s Core Service Centres. Consumers can rest assured that should anything happen to their precious devices, Apple experts will take good care of them. Consumers can also take advantage of the iCare Plus Extended Warranty which extends the coverage on their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus by one year. This gives the consumer two years of expert service and telephone technical support on their iPhone and iPhone 6 Plus. The plan further includes two accidental handling damage incidents for the consumer’s peace of mind.
Consumers can expect to pay R799 for repairs or technical support to their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Each damage incident is subject to an R800 service fee and this is only valid for devices purchased from iStore. The cover includes up to two accidental damages at R800 per incident. Accidental damages cover only applies to iPhone and iPad only. Consumers can also take comfort in the fact that only genuine parts are used during the repair.
Consumers must keep in mind that prices are subject to change without notification from Apple. When encountering problems with the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, consumers can book in their device via www.myistorebookings.co.za for inspection or claims. For more information consumers can visit www.myistore.co.za/icare/.