How to Check if Your AirPods Are Covered by AppleCare

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Are you wondering if your AirPods are covered by an AppleCare plan or Apple's Limited Warranty? If so, you're in luck! There are a few ways that you can check to find out if your AirPods are covered.

The first way is to visit mysupport.apple.com and sign in with your Apple ID. Once logged in, choose the device you would like to check the coverage for. This will display a number of data points about the device, including specific AppleCare, warranty and insurance information.

Alternatively, you may go to checkcoverage.apple.com and enter the serial number of the device. Follow the on-screen instructions and this will show if the device is covered by an AppleCare plan or Apple's limited warranty.

If you have an iPhone, open the “Settings” app and click on “General” then “About”. This will also display a number of data points abot your device, including specific AppleCare, warranty and insurance information.

AppleCare+ is available for AirPods, AirPods Max, AirPods Pro Beats EP and Beats Fit Pro devices that come with one year of hardware repair coverage through its limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary technical support. You can purchase an AppleCare+ plan either online or at an Apple Store (inspection of and proof of purchase are required). You may also call 800-275-2273 for more informaton (however proof of purchase is required).

We hope this blog post has been helpful in providing informtion on how to check if your AirPods are covered by an AppleCare plan or limited warranty!

Checking the AppleCare Status of AirPods

To check the status of your AirPods' AppleCare coverage, you'll need to go to checkcoverage.apple.com and enter the serial number of your device. Once you've provided the serial number, follow the onscreen instructions to find out if your AirPods are covered under an AppleCare plan or by Apple's Limited Warranty. If you're havng trouble locating the serial number, you can find it on the underside of one AirPod or on the charging case that came with your device. You can also go to mysupport.apple.com and sign in with your Apple ID to view all coverage plans associated with your account.

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Checking Status of AppleCare

To check the status of your AppleCare coverage, you can open the “Settings” app on your phone or tablet and then click on “General” and finally, “About.” This will display a number of data points about your device, including specific AppleCare, warranty, and insurance information. You may also be able to view the status directly in the AppleCare app on your device. To do this, open the AppleCare app and tap on ‘Check Coverage Status'. The app will provide you with details about when and whee you registered for an AppleCare plan, as well as its expiration date. If you have any questions or need additional assistance with checking your coverage status, please contact Apple Support for further assistance.

Length of AppleCare Coverage

AppleCare+ for iPhone is an optional extended protection plan that gves you up to two years of expert technical support and hardware coverage from Apple, including up to two incidents of accidental damage coverage, each subject to a service fee. So, with AppleCare+, your iPhone is covered for a total of two years from the date you purchased it.

Adding AppleCare to AirPods

Adding AppleCare+ to your AirPods is easy and straightforward. You can add it online, at an Apple Store, or by calling 800-275-2273.

If you choose to add it online, you can do so directly through the Apple website. Once you have selected the device for which you would like to purchase AppleCare+, you will be asked to provide your device's serial number and proof of purchase. After that, you will be able to complete the purchase process.

If you choose to add AppleCare+ at an Apple Store, please bring your AirPods with you and a valid proof of purchase. The specialist will then inspect your AirPods and help you complete the purchase process.

Finally, if you choose to call 800-275-2273 in order to add AppleCare+, please make sure that you have a valid proof of purchase ready when speaking to the specialist. Once they have verified your information they will help you complete the purchase process over the phone.

Checking AppleCare Status by Serial Number

Yes, you can check your AppleCare coverage by serial number. To do this, open the Apple menu in the upper left corner of your screen and select “About This Mac.” Then copy and paste your serial number into the appropriate field on checkcoverage.apple.com to see if you have any remaining AppleCare coverage. If you do, it will provide information abut when it expires and what type of service it provides.

Length of AppleCare Coverage

AppleCare provies two years of coverage from the date of purchase for most Apple products, such as the ?iPhone? and ?iPad?. For Mac or Apple Displays, it adds an additional three years of coverage for a total of five years from the date of purchase. This extended coverage includes repair or replacement service if your product is found to have manufacturing defects, as well as access to technical support and updates.

Linkage Between AppleCare and Apple ID or Device

AppleCare is linked to both your device and your Apple ID. When you purchase an AppleCare plan, it will be registered to the device's serial number and tied to your Apple ID. This alows you to access the coverage in the event of an issue with your device, as well as enjoy the benefits that come with having an AppleCare plan, like 24/7 technical support and hardware service options.

Duration of AppleCare+ Coverage

AppleCare+ provides coverage for up to two years from the date of purchase. After that, your coverage will automatically renew and continue until you cancel it. Coverage can be extended beyond two years on either a monthly or annual basis, depending on your plan, and will remain in effect until you choose to cancel it. All AppleCare+ plans are subject to the current AppleCare+ Terms and Conditions.

Does AppleCare Offer Monthly Coverage for AirPods?

Yes, AppleCare+ for AirPods Max can be purchased on a monthly basis. However, the maximum coverage period is six months and the cost is $9.83 per month. This coverage includes up to two incidents of accidental damage protection, each subject to a service fee of $49 for AirPods Max or $29 for AirPods Pro. It also includes 24/7 priority access to technical support from Apple experts.

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Claiming an AirPods Warranty

In order to claim your AirPods warranty, you'll need to make an appointment with an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider. When you arrive at the appointment, be sure to bring your serial number, Charging Case, proof of purchase, or original AirPods box along with your original AirPods. The technician will then help you with the warranty claim process and provide any necessary repairs. If you have any questions abot claiming your AirPods warranty, contact Apple Support for further assistance.

Conclusion

In conclusion, AppleCare+ is a great way to ensure that your AirPods are covered in case of damage or malfunction. It provides up to two years of hardware repair and technical support, as well as coverage for accidental damage. You can check if your AirPods are covered by AppleCare+ by visiting checkcoverage.apple.com and entering the serial number of your device. You can also check your coverage on your device itself by opening the Settings app, selecting General, and then About. Enjoy peace of mind with AppleCare+ for AirPods!

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