How to Check If Your iPhone is Still Under Warranty [Video]

How to Check If Your iPhone is Still Under Warranty [Video]

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These are instructions on how to check if your iPhone is still under warranty.

Most Apple hardware comes with a one-year limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary technical support. To extend your coverage further, you can purchase AppleCare+.





Step One
Launch Settings from your SpringBoard
How to Check If Your iPhone is Still Under Warranty [Video]

Step Two
Select General from the Settings menu, then tap About.
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Step Three
Your warranty coverage will be displayed just under your Serial number. You can tap to get further details including the expiration date, hardware coverage, and technical support.
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Step Four
If you're still eligible to purchase AppleCare+, you can do so right from the About page.
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Step Five
Press and hold your Serial Number, then copy it to the clipboard.
How to Check If Your iPhone is Still Under Warranty [Video]

Step Six
Launch Safari from your SpringBoard and navigate to checkcoverage.apple.com
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Step Seven
Paste your serial number into the entryfield, input the code displayed, then tap Continue. On the next page you'll be shown the status of your telephone technical support coverage and repairs and service coverage.
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