If you need to cancel your Apple order, you can do so by following these simple steps.
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How to Cancel Your Apple Order
If you need to cancel your Apple order, you can do so through the company’s online store or by calling customer service. If you cancel within 14 days of your order date, you will receive a full refund. If you cancel after 14 days, you will be charged a 10% restocking fee.
If You Ordered from Apple.com
If you placed your order on Apple.com, you can cancel it online. To do so:
Click on theStatus of your orderlink in the upper-right corner of any Apple Online Store page.
Enter your Apple Online Store order number and the email address or phone number you used to place the order, then click find button.
Click onCancel Orderunder the headingActions for Order #.
In some cases, you won’t be able to cancel an order after it’s placed. For example, if we’re already processing your order or it’s too late in the day when we receive it, we may not be able to change it. You will receive an email letting you know if we were unable to stop shipment on your order and that it is being sent as originally placed.
If You Ordered from the Apple Store
If you need to cancel your Apple Store order, you can do so either online or by calling the store directly. If your item has already shipped, you’ll need to wait for it to arrive and then return it following the instructions below.
To cancel an Apple Store order online:
1. Go to Apple’s Order Status page.
2. Enter apple id and password when prompted, then click “Sign In.”
3. Click on the “Cancel” button next to the item you want to cancel.
4. Confirm that you want to cancel the order when prompted, then click “Done.”
To cancel an Apple Store order by phone:
1. Call 1-800-MY-APPLE (1-800-692-7753) and speak to a customer service representative.
2. Tell the representative that you need to cancel your order, and provide them with your order number.
3. The representative will cancel your order and provide you with a return authorization number if applicable.
How to Avoid Future Cancellations
It’s happened to the best of us. You’re mindlessly scrolling through your Facebook feed when you see something that you just HAVE to have. You click on the link and before you know it, you’ve made an online purchase. But then, something comes up and you need to cancel your order. Here’s how to cancel your Apple order and avoid future cancellations.
Check for In-Stock Availability Before Ordering
If you’re planning to buy a new iPhone, iPad, or other Apple device, you may want to check for in-stock availability before placing your order. That way, you can avoid any potential cancellations due to limited supply.
Here are a few tips:
-Check the Apple website for in-stock availability of the product you want.
-If the product is not available on the website, check with your local Apple Store or authorized reseller.
-If the product is still not available, consider ordering from another source such as Amazon or Best Buy.
With these tips in mind, you should be able to avoid any future cancellations when placing your Apple order.
Use Apple’s Refurbished Store for Out-of-Stock Items
If you’re looking for a specific item that’s currently unavailable from Apple, such as the iPhone 11 Pro Max or the MacBook Air, your best bet is to check Apple’s refurbished store. You can typically save 15-20% off the regular price of a new item, and all refurbished products come with a one-year warranty.