Apple iPhone warranty support is one of the primary reasons people pay the high prices. Besides, the AppleCare is also a top-notch facility in case you run out of 1-year warranty. Whatever your warranty plan is, Apple has a solution that allows you to check iPhone Warranty Status online.
So supposing something has gone wrong with your iPhone. How do you know if Apple will fix it for free or if you’ll need to shell out more? Thankfully, you can easily check AppleCare Warranty Status from Apple’s service and support coverage page. Let’s start!
How to Check iPhone Warranty Status Online
Step #1. First of all, you need to find the serial number of your iOS device.
Open Settings → Tap on General → Now tap on About → Scroll down to where it says Serial Number.
Step #2. Now go to this web page: https://checkcoverage.apple.com/us/en → Enter your iOS device serial number into the text field, enter CAPTCHA, and hit the Continue button.
Warranty status of your iPhone or iPad will be shown along with the AppleCare plan if you have it already. If the serial is incorrect or lacking other details, you probably won’t be able to see the information.
You can apply for AppleCare directly from the results page in case that’s what you’re looking for.
In cases where it’s a hardware glitch, you’ll need to take it to Apple stores for repair. Naturally, since iPhone is a costly affair, the repairs are costly too. If you are on warranty or AppleCare, you can avail a lot of benefits — notably that to not having to shell out as much if your iPhone isn’t covered.
Apple provides a standard 1-yr warranty to all your purchases. This includes the iPhone. After the first year, you have the option of obtaining AppleCare so that you remain covered for more than one year of Apple’s default warranty cover.
That’s all folks!
Apple undoubtedly has one of the best warranty support, and that’s one of the reasons people buy its devices even if they are a little expensive. So it is advisable to keep a check of your warranty status once in a while.
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