Apple announced its second-generation iPhone SE today, priced from $599 in Canada. This new iPhone essentially is an iPhone 8 body with iPhone 11 hardware.
If you’re looking to purchase AppleCare+ for your 2020 iPhone SE, it will cost you $119 in Canada. With AppleCare+, you get two total years of warranty coverage, along with two incidents of accidental damage at $39 each for screen damage and $129 for other damage.
At $119, AppleCare+ for the iPhone SE is $10 cheaper than when it used to cost for the original iPhone SE back in 2017. AppleCare+ for the iPhone 6/7/8 in 2017 was listed at $169.
If you’re accident-prone, AppleCare+ and its no-questions-asked incidental damage can save you the cost of paying for a phone replacement, if your device smashes itself to bits on the sidewalk.