Checking your iPhone or iPad warranty status is an easy task from your Mac or the iOS device. Every product from Apple comes with a one year warranty that covers manufacturing defects and hardware failures. With the help of AppleCare, you can extend that one year period to another two-three years. But before this, you need to check AppleCare warranty status of your Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
Two things you need to take care of: serial number and then status of your warranty on iOS products. This information includes how you can find the serial number on iPhone and iPad and then status of warranty on the same products. So get ready to check iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch warranty status.
How to Find Serial Number of your iPhone and iPad
During your conversation with Apple Support, you may be asked to share serial number on your iPhone or iPad. You can quickly check the information on your device.
Step #1: Launch Settings app.
Step #2: Now tap on General.
Step #3: Next, tap About option.
Step #4: Scroll down and see the Serial Number below the Model.
This number can be used to check the status of AppleCare warranty.
Do you own iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? You can find the model number of your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
How to Find Serial Number of Mac or MacBook Pro or Air
Step #1: Click on Apple icon from the upper left corner of Mac.
Step #2: Choose About This Mac from the drop-down list.
Step #3: Next, click on Overview tab to check serial number of your Mac.
How to Check Warranty Status Online of iPhone, iPad and Mac
After finding the serial number of your iPhone, iPad, and Mac, it is easy to check status of AppleCare warranty from Apple’s website.
Step #1: Open Apple’s Warranty Status web page.
Step #2: Type in the serial number of your device in text field.
Step #3: Type the CAPTCHA code to confirm you are human.
Step #4: Next, click on Continue.
This will take you on the summary page of the device you are checking on.
Also Read: iPhone Secret Codes
Valid Purchase Date
This validates that the item shown is purchased.
Telephone Technical Support: Active or Expired
You can see estimated expiration date if your telephone technical support is active. IF the telephone technical support is expired, it includes if your device is eligible for the extended AppleCare warranty or not; you will also get a link to purchase it when eligible.
Repairs and Service Coverage: Active or Expired
If repairs and service coverage is active, it shows the estimated expiration date. If the repairs and service coverage is expired, it includes if the device is eligible for the extended AppleCare warranty or not; you will also see a link to purchase it when eligible.
Covered by the AppleCare Protection Plan
Here, you will see your extended AppleCare warranty (if purchased) for your device.