AppleCare+ for the Apple Watch will cost $59, $79 or $999 for the aluminum, steel and gold models

AppleCare+ for the Apple Watch will cost $59, $79 or $999 for the aluminum, steel and gold models

If you’re considering an Apple Watch but are a bit of a clutz, we now have a better idea of what the AppleCare+ Protection Plan will look like for Apple’s newest gadgets.

According to a report by 9to5Mac, the insurance plans will be priced at $59, $79 and $999 for the aluminum, steel and gold models, respectively. Those prices will net you two years of technical support (three for the Edition models) and fixes for two incidents of accidental damage. The Edition model also includes two years of 24/7 support and a special set-up hotline.

Watches won’t be repaired in-store at launch, as with some of Apple’s devices, and will instead be sent off-site. With AppleCare+, the company will provide you with a replacement watch before you need to ship the broken unit.

$999 is a lot of money, but it’s about 10 percent of the minimum price for the Edition models, so I guess it’s not the worse deal if you’re prone to breaking fancy things.

AppleCare+ for Apple Watch: $999 for Edition, $79 for Watch, $59 for Sport [9to5Mac]

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