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Performing an Apple warranty check is a simple process that will let you know if your Apple device is currently covered for warranty-related repairs and technical support. This process can help you save on costly repairs and keep track of how much time is left on your warranty. This step-by-step will walk you through how to check warranty on Apple devices quickly and easily.

How to Check Warranty on MacBooks in 6 Easy Steps

To check your warranty status on any Apple computer, take the following steps:

1. Locate your Mac’s serial number by navigating to the Apple menu and selecting About This Mac.
2. Visit Apple’s Check Coverage page.
3. Enter your device’s serial number into the Enter your hardware serial number box.
4. Type the visible code into the Please enter the code box. If needed, use the Refresh Code or Vision Impaired options.
5. Click the blue Continue button.
6. Review the Your Service and Support Coverage screen to determine your warranty status.

How to Check Warranty on Apple Devices in 6 Easy Steps

You can easily check your warranty status on all other Apple devices as well. Take the following steps to check your warranty on iPhone, iPad, iPod, iPod Touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch:

1. Locate your device’s serial number by navigating to Settings, choosing General, and then choosing About.
2. Visit Apple’s Check Coverage page.
3. Enter your device’s serial number into the Enter your hardware serial number box.
4. Type the visible code into the Please enter the code box. If needed, use the Refresh Code or Vision Impaired options.
5. Click the blue Continue button.
6. Review the Your Service and Support Coverage screen to determine your warranty status.

These instructions should be all you need for an Apple warranty check. If you have any issues locating your device’s serial number, use Apple’s helpful How to find your serial number link. You can access online support options through Apple Support. Please feel free to share your experiences determining warranty coverage or ask any questions in the comments below.

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