Today this post was brought for Apple customers. If you’ve used an Apple device too, this is definitely worth it. Apple is a company that cares a lot about its products and services. Some of them are funny, but some of them are definitely worth mentioning. One area where Apple stands out and is ahead of others, especially in terms of competition, is the customer service sector. It does not provide cheap solutions, but you can get an answer!
Every time you buy an Apple product, it automatically comes with a one-year warranty. Keep in mind that it is limited to hardware and repair coverage but is not valid for accidental damage such as display cracks or water damage.
Although hardware failures are not common in Apple products, we will tell you how to check the warranty status of your Apple device. The good thing about Apple is that you don’t have to wait until you get a customer service call or replay bot messages. You can find out if your Apple product is still under warranty by following these steps:
Check the Warranty And Repair Coverage Guide
1. Go to the “Check Coverage” page on the Apple website.
2. Then all you have to do is enter the serial number of your Apple device.
- The serial number of your iPhone can be found in a few different ways, to start. The first approach involves opening the Settings app on your iPhone. Scroll down to discover the “Serial Number” section after choosing General > About from there. The serial number is easily transferrable wherever you need it by copying and pasting.
- You can also look in the original packaging for your phone’s serial number.
3. Solve capture
4. After entering the code and serial number, you will come to a page where Apple will tell you about the warranty details of your device.
a) Valid purchase date, indicating that Apple has purchased your device;
b) Phone Technical Support: Apple provides 90 days of telephone support to all customers. If you do not fall within 90 days, you will find that it has “expired.” And finally,
c) Repair & Service Coverage: If your Apple device is irresponsible, it will show that you no longer have “Expired” repair and service coverage.
So, follow these steps and check if your iPhone, iPad, or any other Apple device is still under warranty.