PSA: You can now cover your iPhone with a monthly AppleCare+ plan forever

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Along with a bunch of devices announced at its events, the company has quietly made some changes to the payment plans for its AppleCare+ device warranty that’s worth knowing about: you can now pay for the company’s extended warranty plan on a monthly basis, for as long as you like. Apple rolled out a monthly payment option last year, but the option was limited for two or three years. The new change, first spotted by 9to5Mac, will let you pay for AppleCare+ on a monthly basis indefinitely. That means you’re not locked into a two-year plan, and you don’t have…
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