How To Check Your Apple Warranty Status (2024 updated)

Learn how to check your Apple product warranty status and eligibility to purchase an AppleCare product.

By Dave Johnson - Senior Staff Writer Abigail Shilets - Staff Writer
2 Min Read

This article explains how you can check your Apple product warranty status for Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, AirPods, and Apple HomePod.

Having an issue with your Apple device, whether a broken screen or a hardware malfunction, isn’t fun. What’s even less fun is paying hundreds of dollars to fix it.

Thankfully, Apple offers different types of warranties on new devices or refurbished Apple hardware. If you’re curious about what each type and how to check your warranty status, you’ve come to the right place.

Apple product warranties

Apple offers two types of warranties: a standard warranty and AppleCare .

Standard Apple warranty

What it gets you:

If you have a new or refurbished iPhone, Mac, or Airpods you are automatically covered under the standard warranty.

  • It covers one year of hardware repairs (at a low or no cost) and includes 90 days of telephone technical support from an Apple Genius.

What it does not cover:

  • The iPhone standard warranty does not cover battery-related issues, normal wear and tear (like scratches and dents from dropping your phone or repeatedly placing it on rough surfaces), or if your iPhone is stolen.

  • Defects from accidents (dropping your iPhone in water, breaking your screen) or another product (like a case) are not covered.

  • If you jailbreak your iPhone or get it repaired by someone who isn’t an Apple-authorized provider, your warranty is void.

  • This warranty does not apply to used Apple products.

See also: How To Make a Genius Bar Appointment (2024)

AppleCare extended warranty

More benefits are available under the AppleCare extended warranty. You extend (and upgrade) your protection if you purchase AppleCare or the AppleCare Protection Plan. The pricing for this additional coverage differs. For example, Apple’s extended warranty service costs $199 for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max and $149 for the iPhone 15, iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 offering two-year coverage including accidental damage. You can buy this when you buy your device or within the 60 days of your purchase.

See also: Apple Support: How To Get Help

Check your coverage

How to Check Apple Warranty Coverage Status on Your iPhone

Whichever warranty you have for your ‌iPhone‌ or ‌iPad‌, you can easily check its coverage status right on your device. The following steps show you how it’s done on an ‌iPhone‌ running iOS 17 or ‌iPad‌ running iPadOS 17.

  1. Launch the Settings app.

  2. Go into General.

  3. Tap AppleCare & Warranty.

  4. To check coverage for the device you’re using, tap its entry under "This Device." To check the coverage of other devices logged into your Apple ID, tap entries under "More Devices."

  5. When you tap on an entry, you’ll be able to check the expiration date of any remaining warranty, including coverage details such as Hardware Service and Chat & Phone Support. You will also see a handy download link to the Apple Support app, where you can contact Apple for further support and advice about your coverage.

How to Check Apple Warranty Coverage Status on Your Mac

In macOS Sonoma 14.1 and later, you can check the Apple warranty status for your Mac, and any AirPods and/or Beats headphones that you own and have paired to the Mac.

  1. Click the Apple symbol () in the menu bar and select System Settings….

  2. Select General in the side column

  3. Select Coverage.

  4. Click the option under "This Device" to see your Mac warranty information, or click the options under "More Devices" for selected Bluetooth-paired devices.

See also: How to Contact Apple Online Live Chat Support Team

How to Check Apple Warranty Coverage on Other Apple Devices

You can check the warranty information of other devices logged into your Apple ID by visiting the Apple My Support page using a web browser. Simply sign in using your Apple credentials and select the device you want more information on. From here, you can also opt to extend ‌AppleCare‌ coverage for any eligible devices.

By Dave Johnson Senior Staff Writer
Dave Johnson is a tech writer at covering how-tos, fixes, and tips. He is a longtime Mac and iPhone user and holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science.
By Abigail Shilets Staff Writer
Abigail is a staff writer for GeeksChalk based in Pennsylvania. She covers news, how-tos, and user guides for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. Before becoming a writer Abigail studied computer science at University and also worked at Apple for more than two years. When not creating masterpiece for GeeksChalk, you can usually find Abigail hiking, climbing, or otherwise unplugged.
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