How To Check If Your Phone Is Still Under Apple's Limited Warranty

Aadhya Khatri - Oct 02, 2019


How To Check If Your Phone Is Still Under Apple's Limited Warranty

What if you need the warranty but forget the exact day you bought it? Do not worry, Apple has just the solution for you and it will take only a few minutes

Whenever you buy a new iPhone, you will have a limited warranty for one year with all eligible hardware repairs, as well as technical supports for 90 days for free.

But what if your phone runs into a problem and you forget the exact day you bought it? Do not worry, Apple has just the solution for you and it will take only a few minutes.

Here is how to find out if your phone is still under warranty:

Access the Settings app

Select General

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Access the Setting app and select General to check the phone's serial number

Tap on “About.” On this page, look for the serial number, it is the fifth to be listed there.

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On this page, look for the serial number, it is the fifth to be listed there

Now you want to copy these numbers. Press on the numbers and hold until you see a bubble reading Copy pops up. Select it to copy the serial number.

On a browser of your choice, go to Apple’s warranty tracker.

You will see a text box right under the phrase “Enter your serial number”

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You will see a text box right under the phrase “Enter your serial number”

To paste the numbers there, double tap on the text box. You will see another bubble reading Paste. Tap on it.

Now move on to the text box under "Please enter the code." Fill in the code you see as requested. When you are done, select “Continue.”

Now a new page will appear telling you whether your device is still covered by the limited warranty program of Apple or telephone support is still available.

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A new page will appear telling you whether your device is still covered by the limited warranty program of Apple or telephone support is still available

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