Whether your Apple device is in its first AppleCare warranty period or covered by AppleCare +, make sure your current coverage is the first step in getting repaired. How to control what is covered and what is not.
As many have learned over the years, getting Apple devices repaired outside AppleCare can be costly, especially considering the current state of portable repair. Nothing is cheap when it is bound or soldered to a logical table, so you will probably hope your repair tab will be picked up by Apple. If it is not, it can be expensive, fast.
Fortunately, checking AppleCare coverage is easy and you can check all the devices in one place.
How to check AppleCare status for a single device [1
9659006] There are a couple of different routes you can take to check AppleCare coverage for a single device. One requires that you have the device's serial number at hand, but can be done from any computer with a web browser and Internet connection. The other involves downloading an iPhone or iPad app.
If you know the serial number of that device, go to checkcoverage.apple.com and enter the serial number in that box. You also need to fill out a security code to prove that you are human.
When you're done, tap the "Continue" button and you'll see information about your device, including whether it's covered by AppleCare or AppleCare +.
How to check the AppleCare status of all your devices
To see all your devices in one place without entering any serial numbers, download the app " Apple Support "from the App Store and sign in with your Apple ID. When you are logged in, click the account icon at the top of the screen.
When the screen is loaded, press "Check coverage".
You will see a screen showing all devices associated with the Apple ID as well as a note on whether it is covered by AppleCare or AppleCare +. You can tap a device to see additional information about it.