How to Check iPhone Warranty Expired or Not (5 Simple Steps)

How to Check iPhone Warranty (5 Simple Steps)

When you purchased your iPhone from an authorized reseller, your iPhone will be covered by the Apple Two-Year limited warranty. This warranty covers any defects in materials on your iPhone and workmanship for one year from the date of the original retail purchase. The date of the original purchase is the date stated in your iPhone purchase receipt.

The limited warranty does not cover ant damage caused by accidents. Therefore, if you drop your iPhone and break it, it does not cover under the limited warranty. It also does not cover any modifications that you purposely made to your iPhone that resulted in malfunction or damage. Here is more info if you want to know more on what is being covered under the limited warranty

However, there are circumstances where you can get extra protection in this warranty through purchasing additional cover called the AppleCare.

So, if you are interested to know whether your iPhone warranty has expired or not or does it being covered by Apple Care,

Here are the steps to check.

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Step 1

In the iPhone, go to Settings

Step 2

In Settings, go to General

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Step 3

In the General settings, go to “About”

Step 4

In the About, copy the Serial Number of your iPhone listed there

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Step 5

Go to

Type in your iPhone serial number in the column provided there.

You need to also verify that you are not a robot by entering the code number you see there in the column to proceed.

How to check iPhone warranty expired or not

The Apple website will show you whether the warranty for the iPhone based on the serial number you provided have expired or not.

So, there you have it – five simple steps on how to check the warranty for your iPhone. Please leave us a comment below on what are the defects that you have found when using your brand new iPhone that warrants a warranty coverage.

Please read our previous article on how to know your iPhone is new or refurbished model.