In the USA, every iPhone and iPad comes with a one year warranty against manufacturing defects and hardware failures. Other jurisdictions, like the E.U. and Australia, come with two years. If you choose, you can also extend that warranty for two years with AppleCare+. Regardless of which warranty you have, you can easily find out whether or not your Apple device is currently covered. Let’s find out the warranty status for your iPhone and iPad.
This is for the iPhone and iPad
Check Your Warranty Status in Settings
You can check the warranty status of your iPhone and iPad using the Settings app. This will tell you whether you are covered by the basic one-year limited warranty, AppleCare+, or whether your coverage has expired.
First, launch the Settings app. Refer to below image:
Next, tap the General option. See below image:
Now, tap the About option. See following image:
Below your Serial Number you should see a description of your your current warranty status. It will either say “Limited Warranty,” “AppleCare+,” or “Coverage Expired.” Refer to below image:
Now, tap it to see more information. See below image:
If your device is no longer covered, like mine, you may still be able to get repairs and phone support from Apple, which will be listed on the above screen. Also, you should be able to find a link to the Apple Support app for getting help.
Check Your Warranty Status From Apple’s Website
If you would like to check your coverage using Apple’s website, you can do so for virtually any Apple device at check coverage here. Open the website, then enter the Serial Number into the box, (you can find this number by following the above steps for an iPhone and iPad). See following image:
Also, you might want to check your other Apple devices. Just click the blue link labeled Check another serial number. Each device has its own Serial Number, which you would enter as mentioned above. Refer to below image:
What’s In Your Warranty
Apple’s limited one-year warranty covers manufacturer defects, including poor battery performance or faults that arise from regular use. It does not cover accidental damage, such as a cracked screen caused by a drop. Apple will check certain markers (like strips that detect moisture inside the chassis) to determine whether any damage has been caused by user error.
AppleCare+ plan covers you for two incidents of accidental damage over two years. If you break your screen, then you will have to pay a service fee of $29. For other damages, the fee goes up to $99.
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