As we know every new smart device comes with one year manufacturer warranty no matter which brand’s device you have. Even Apple Also offers one year warranty to Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod against hardware failure and manufacturing defects. However you can extend your device’s warranty for more times with AppleCare. But to extend the warranty your device should be in warranty period and also you need to have the idea how many days are left to over the warranty of your Apple product.
Here is how to check Warranty status on your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod. I am sure it will help you to get your warranty details for your device. Read the article to get your task done.
How to check Warranty status on your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod
- First of all you need to be handy with the serial number of your Apple device. If you are unable to find the serial number on your device head over to the Apple Support Center to get the help to find your device’s serial number.
- Now follow the link which I have given to this step using your Safari browser on your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod : AppleWarrantyStatus
- Enter the IMEI number or Serial number you have found in the step 1 to the specified place on the website.
- Hit enter to go the page which will show the current status of your device’s warranty.
If you have not extended your device warranty with AppleCare, you can buy a plan by just clicking on the button to extend your service under the AppleCare section. If you are in warranty period then you will get several option to choose for such as to go for recover and coverage service and more.
Is it helpful or not? Do let me know by commenting below if you got difficulties doing this? I will try to solve those issues for sure.