Apple Warranty Status in 5 Easy Steps

Have you ever wonder about the warranty status of your apple devices? Worry no more! Just check out below article.

Here are the 5 EASY STEPS in checking your Apple Device’s Warranty Status.

Apple covers your device for a 1-year limited warranty and 90 days of Telephone Technical Support.

Take note that accidental damage is not covered but you may purchase AppleCare+ to give you additional technical support and repair coverage.

So, here’s the step-by-step guide on how to check your service and support coverage:

1. Go to Apple.com

2. Click menu ( = )

3. Select Support

4. Then look for ‘Find out about your coverage’.

Click Check coverage for your productcheckcoverage.apple.com

5. Enter your serial number and complete the CAPTCHA code, then click Continue.

(How to find your serial number?)

  • iPhone/iPad: Go to Settings > General > About > Serial Number
  • AirPods: Go to Settings > General > About > AirPods > Serial Number
  • MacBook: Go to Apple Logo > About This Mac > Serial Number

 

Easy, right!

But wait, here’s a quicker one. Just click the link below ↵ checkcoverage.apple.com

 

Information:

1.Valid Purchase Date

A validated purchase date lets Apple quickly find your product and provide the help you need.

2. Telephone Technical Support

You are eligible to purchase telephone technical support from an Apple Advisor if it is already expired.

Contact Apple Support

3. Repairs and Service Coverage

Your product is covered for eligible hardware repairs and service under Apple’s Limited Warranty.

Estimated Expiration Date: MM/DD/YY.

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8 Responses

  1. Very useful information for those who have Apple gadgets. I will surely share this with my sisters. I, however, have been a Samsung user for quite some time now.

  2. bye:myself says:

    Interesting and important info for Apple users. I have a Mac at work and we have someone who’s taking care of these things. At home, I have different brands.

  3. Marji says:

    I don’t have any apple gadgets. My older daughter does and I will share this informative post with her.

  4. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    I don’t own any Apple gadgets, well, I dream of having one but for now, I am quite satisfied with my Galaxy Edge. I am looking at getting a Macbook in the future. I will bookmark this page for reference and share them with friends who have Apple devices.

  5. Autumn says:

    I own every Apple product under the sun and I never knew about this. Thank you! I will share your post.

  6. Blair villanueva says:

    Unfortunately, i dont own Apple devices anymore. Would you write about Android devices instead?

  7. Dalene Ekirapa says:

    With how much Apple products cost, the warranty would really come in handy for anyone using their devices. Good enough, they are such powerful devices that do deliver.

  8. Clarice says:

    This is helpful. I had no idea how to check the warranty status of my iphone. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Happy to discover mine is still under warranty.

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