AppleCare+ is now obtainable in Norway, according to Apple's Norwegian web-site. Previously, AppleCare was the only option in Norway for Apple products. AppleCare essentially simply extends the standard guarantee on Apple products, but AppleCare+ includes two cases of accidental destruction with a deductible.
AppleCare+ is supported in Macintosh, iPhone, iPad, iPad, Apple Displays, iPod, and Earphones on Norway. The Apple Television retains regular AppleCare, as possesses been the case in additional regions, and isn't qualified to receive AppleCare+. The HomePod will not seem to be supported by either AppleCare strategy in Norway at the moment.
Apple has been making several adjustments to AppleCare worldwide, including extending AppleCare eligibility to 1 year in the U.S. and Canada, changing accidental harm cover, and the lowering cost of theft and damage deductables.
Apple in addition has expanded AppleCare+ monthly payments to Canada, Australia, and Japan, in addition to the UK and Germany.
Update: AppleCare+ is also now available in Finland and Denmark. The expansion to all three countries appears to have happened alongside Apple's September 15 celebration.
Ahead of September 15, AppleCare+ was only obtainable in Scandinavia in Sweden, likely because the region has physical Apple Retailers.