AppleCare+ is finally available in Norway
With the announcement of the new Apple Watches and iPads last Tuesday (September 15th), I made an interesting discovery when I was looking to order an Apple Watch.
They have suddenly added an option for AppleCare+, this have not been available on any of their products previously in Norway, available on Apple Watch, AirPods, iPad, iPod, iPhone and Macs.
Previously we only had the option to add regular AppleCare, which is essentially only the extended warranty, without coverage for accidental damage. It also seem to have the same new terms as AppleCare+ in other markets have, where you have coverage for two accidents every 12 months, for two years.
More information about AppleCare+ in Norway can be found on Apple’s sites [here](https://www.apple.com/no/support/products/).
**EDIT:** I’ve also observed they have added AppleCare+ for [Denmark](https://www.apple.com/dk/support/products/) and [Finland](https://www.apple.com/fi/support/products/) as well, so it does look like they are expanding their offerings of AppleCare+ to more countries.
Previous to the September releases, they only offered AppleCare+ in Sweden, which has physical Apple Stores present.
**EDIT 2:** MacRumors picked up on this about one hour after I published this post today.
[MacRumors: AppleCare+ Now Available in Norway [Update: Also Finland and Denmark]](https://www.macrumors.com/2020/09/22/applecare-now-available-in-norway/)