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If you want to buy AppleCare for your MacBook, you can do so at various online shops. I would like to list below where you can reorder the Apple Care Protection Plan for the MacBook 12 ″, MacBook Air and Pro up to 13,3 ″ (Retina) and how much it costs. For example, you can extend the warranty of the laptop from Cupertino via Amazon and the authorized Apple dealer Cyberport.
You can buy the AppleCare Protection Plan for the 12-inch MacBook, the MacBook Air or the 13-inch MacBook Pro directly in the Apple.com shop, but the extended warranty there costs € 249. If you want to save a few euros, then you should consider other (of course reputable) sources of supply. There are offers, for example, at Amazon and even cheaper at Cyberport. Here is a selection:
The AppleCare Protection Plan, which you can order directly when purchasing the Apple MacBook or buy it later, extends the manufacturer's guarantee to a total of 36 months, i.e. 3 years. The “plan” also includes exclusive service from Apple experts, free technical support by phone and worldwide repair services for the relevant hardware and the associated Apple accessories.
Especially at Cyberport, where you can get many Apple devices cheaper than in the official shop or at Amazon, you get MacBook, extended warranty and service from a single source. Here is a customer opinion from the shop:
"I think it's particularly good that Cyberport keeps bringing you the latest news. Above all, I think the memories of expiring warranty periods are really great. So you can never forget to consider an extension and to carry it out in good time.“- Rating on the Cyberport website for the service and support coverage of the Apple MacBook 12 ″ / MacBook Air / 13,3 ″ Pro / 13,3 ″ Pro Retina.
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