How to Tell If You Have Apple Care

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to tell if you have AppleCare+ coverage or not.

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Introduction

If you have an Apple device, you may be wondering if you have AppleCare. AppleCare is a warranty service from Apple that covers eligible devices for an extended period of time. You can purchase AppleCare when you buy your device, or within 60 days of purchase. In this article, we’ll show you how to check if your device is covered by AppleCare.

What is AppleCare?

AppleCare is an insurance policy purchased by Apple product customers that extends the warranty on their devices. The length of coverage varies depending on the product, but can be as long as three years from the date of purchase.

There are two types of AppleCare: AppleCare+ and AppleCare Protection Plan. AppleCare+ includes hardware coverage and software support, while the Protection Plan only covers hardware.

If you’re unsure which type of AppleCare you have, you can check your coverage by visiting Apple’s support website and entering your product’serial number

How to tell if you have AppleCare

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

First, open up settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap on General, and then tap About.Scroll down until you see AppleCare+ Coverage Details. If you have AppleCare+, it will say Yes under Active Coverage.

You can also go to checkcoverage.apple.com to enter your device’s serial number and see if it’s covered under AppleCare.

If you still can’t figure it out, give Apple a call at 1 (800) 275-2273, and they should be able to tell you whether or not your device is covered by AppleCare over the phone.

What does AppleCare cover?

AppleCare covers the iPhone, iPad, ipod touch as well as Macs apple tv AppleCare+ extends repair coverage and technical support to two years from your AppleCare+ purchase date.1 In addition, you’ll get 24/7 priority access to Apple experts by chat or phone.2

Here are some examples of what’s covered:
-Your iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac
-Batteries
-Included USB cable and power adapter
-AirPort
-Apple TV

Parts and labor covered Repairs performed by Apple-certified technicians
Express Replacement Service Get your product repaired or replaced in three business days or less2

Mail-in repairs may take longer
Hardware coverage for your Mac Include coverage for up to two incidents of accidental damage from handling, each subject to a service fee of $99 for screen damage, or $299 for any other damage3

Plus receive a discounted price for additional incidents2 Software support for macOS and iOS included4

How much does AppleCare cost?

AppleCare+ for iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xs Max with Theft and Loss protection starts at $13.99 per month or $199.00 per incident.

The cost of AppleCare+ depends on the price of your iPhone. For example, AppleCare+ for an iPhone Xs Max that you purchased at $1,099.00 will cost $13.99 per month or $199.00 per incident, while AppleCare+ for an iPhone Xr that you purchased at $699 will cost $11.49 per month or $169 per incident.

There is no deductible for covered accidental damage incidents with AppleCare+. Each incident has a service fee as shown below. If you have AppleCare+, the service fees are as follows:

– Screen damage:$29
– Other accidental damage:$99

Is AppleCare worth it?

AppleCare+ is worth it if you tend to break your iPhone or if you don’t want to worry about paying for repairs. It’s also a good idea if you plan on reselling your iPhone, since AppleCare+ increases the resale value of your phone.

There are a few things to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to get AppleCare+, though. First, it only covers two incidents of accidental damage, so if you’re the type of person who is constantly breaking your phone, it might not be worth it. Second, AppleCare+ doesn’t cover water damage, so if you’re worried about dropping your phone in the pool, might want to skip it. Finally, AppleCare+ is only available for the iPhone, so if you have an iPad or iPod, you’ll need to purchase a separate plan.

How to get AppleCare

If you’ve just bought a new Apple device, whether it’s an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, you may be wondering if you should get AppleCare+ for it. After all, accidents happen, and if you drop and break your brand new iPhone, you’ll probably want to have insurance to help cover the cost of repairs (or replacement). The same goes for water damage or any other type of accidental damage.

Conclusion

If you’re not sure whether or not you have AppleCare, there are a few ways to check. First, if you purchased your iPhone within the last year, it’s likely that it’s still covered by AppleCare+. To check, go to Settings -> General -> About and look for the “AppleCare+ Coverage” section. If it says “AppleCare+ Expires in XX days,” then you’re still covered.

If your iPhone is older than a year, your coverage will be provided by AppleCare. To check if you have AppleCare, open settings app and go to General -> About. Next to “Hardware Warranty,” it will say either “AppleCare Expires in XX days” or “No AppleCare Coverage.”

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