If you damage your new 12.9-inch iPad Pro M1 without AppleCare+, Apple will charge $699 to repair the damaged device. After the iPad Pro order took effect, the rate update was added to Apple’s iPad service and repair table today. Priced at $699, repairs on the new fifth-generation iPad Pro cost $ 50 more than repairs on previous fourth-generation models. The new mini-LED display dedicated to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro may bring additional costs.
Only if you do not have AppleCare+, you must pay the $ 699 repair fee. If you damage the iPad Pro and you have an AppleCare+ plan, the AppleCare + service fee is $49 and accidental damage repairs are performed two times every 12 months.
If there is a manufacturing problem, you do not have to pay, because the standard one-year warranty covers Apple failures. If the warranty expires, Apple will charge $699.
The $699 price applies to any damage to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, including damage to the screen, and when using a device that is as expensive as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, AppleCare+ is a good idea. Apple charges $149 for a two-year “AppleCare+”, or you can buy a continuous subscription for $ 7.99. AppleCare+ used to be available only for a limited time, but now it can be expanded indefinitely using the subscription option.
The out-of-warranty cost of the 11-inch iPad Pro has not changed. If you don’t have AppleCare+, a damaged 11-inch model will cost $ 499 to repair, and if you don’t have AppleCare+, the repair cost will be $49.
Apple’s new M1iPadPro went on sale this morning and the first batch of new devices will be available to customers starting May 21. The 12.9-inch model is in short supply and sold out until July.