How to Check If You Have AppleCare

AppleCare is a great way to extend the coverage on apple products but how can you tell if you have it? Here’s a quick guide on how to check if you have AppleCare.

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Introduction

Do you have AppleCare? If you’re not sure, there are a few ways to check.

You can check if you have AppleCare by going to your settings, tapping “General,” and then “About.” If it says “AppleCare+” next to your device’s name, then you have AppleCare+.

If you’d rather not go through your settings, you can also ask Siri. Just say, “Siri, do I have AppleCare?” and Siri will tell you whether or not you do.

Finally, you can check online by going to Apple’s support site and entering in your device’serial number

What is AppleCare?

AppleCare is a extended warranty service offered by Apple that provides additional support for apple products beyond the standard one-year warranty. AppleCare+ also includes up to two incidents of accidental damage coverage, each subject to a service fee of $79 for screen damage or external enclosure damage, or $299 for other damage, plus applicable tax. In order to purchase AppleCare+, you must do so within 60 days of the purchase of your product.

How to check if you have AppleCare

If you’re not sure whether or not you have AppleCare, there are a few ways to check:

-Check your proof of purchase. If you purchased your iPhone, iPad, ipod touch from Apple, you should have received a card with your device that has information about how to contact AppleCare. If you don’t have your proof of purchase, you can look up your device’s serial number to see if it’s eligible for coverage.

-Check for an existing AppleCare plan. You can check online to see if an AppleCare plan is already associated with your device. Just enter your device’s serial number.

-Look for the AppleCare logo on packaging or on the product itself. This logo appears on products that are eligible for an AppleCare plan.

What does AppleCare cover?

AppleCare+ for iPhone includes up to two incidents of accidental damage coverage every 12 months. Each incident is subject to a service fee of $29 for screen damage, or $99 for any other repairable damage, plus applicable tax. In addition, you’ll get 24/7 priority access to Apple experts by chat or phone.

How much does AppleCare cost?

There are two types of AppleCare coverage: AppleCare+ and AppleCare Protection Plan. AppleCare+ covers accidental damage, such as cracked screens, as well as battery replacement and technical support. The cost of AppleCare+ varies depending on the type of device you have, but it typically costs $149 for smartphones, $169 for laptops, and $229 for tablets. The AppleCare Protection Plan is an extended warranty that covers hardware repairs and technical support for up to three years. The cost of the Protection Plan is $99 for smartphones and laptops, and $149 for tablets.

Is AppleCare worth it?

No one likes to think about what could go wrong with their new iPhone, iPad or MacBook, but accidents happen. That’s why Apple offers AppleCare, a warranty that extends the standard 1-year coverage to 2 or 3 years, depending on the product. Is AppleCare worth the extra cost? Here’s what you need to know to make an informed decision.

What is AppleCare?
AppleCare is an extended warranty offered by Apple that covers repairs and replacements for your iOS device,Mac,Apple Watch or Beats product. For a price, you can add up to two or three years of coverage on top of the standard one-year warranty.

Is AppleCare worth it for iPhone?
Most people probably don’t need AppleCare for their iPhone because it tends to be a very reliable device. But if you tend to break your phone or have accidents that result in cracked screens, then it might be a good idea to invest in AppleCare+. Each incident of accidental damage is subject to a service fee of $29 for screen damage or $99 for other types of damage. So if you have two incidents of accidental damage in two years, you’ll pay $149 with an AppleCare+ plan. If you don’t have AppleCare+, those same two incidents will cost you $598 ($299 per incident).

How to get AppleCare

AppleCare is Apple’s extended warranty program that provides additional support for your Apple products beyond the standard one-year warranty. If you’re not sure whether or not you have AppleCare, there are a few ways to check:

If you purchased your Apple product within the last year:

– Check your original sales receipt. AppleCare should be listed on the receipt if you purchased it at the same time as your product.
– Check your email confirmation. If you purchased AppleCare online, you should have received an email confirmation from Apple.
– Check your iPhone, iPad, or iPod settings app Open settings app tap general > About, then look for “AppleCare Protection Plan” or “AppleCare+”. If it’s listed here, then you have AppleCare+.

If you’re not sure when you purchased your product or don’t have any of the above three options available:

– Call Apple at 1-800-275-2273 in the United States or find the number for your country.

Conclusion

If you’re unsure if you have AppleCare, look online. Go to checkcoverage.apple.com and enter your device’s serial number. If your device is eligible for AppleCare, you’ll see a list of services that are covered. If you don’t have AppleCare, you can purchase it when you buy your device or within 60 days of your device’s purchase date from Apple (subject to availability).

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