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Report: Apple now offering three-year iPad AppleCare+ coverage for education

Apple is now offering three years of AppleCare+ coverage for schools buying iPads for educational purposes, according to AppleInsider. The three years of coverage are being offered for $99 — the standard price for two total years of coverage for non-education buyers. It’s noted that the offer doesn’t apply to teachers or students buying an iPad for personal use. The deal is a boon for schools, which don’t have a reason to upgrade devices often, especially considering the higher cost of purchasing many iPads at once.

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