AppleCare and AppleCare+ are Apple's own extended warranty programs for iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac. Anytime you buy a new Apple product, you get at least one year limited AppleCare warranty that covers hardware failures and manufacturing defects. Some limitations apply and the length of the standard warranty depends on your country. You can choose to extend your AppleCare warranty if you choose for an additional time period. For iPhones and iPads, AppleCare+ also covers accidents such as liquid damage, broken screens, and more.
If you aren't sure whether or not you are currently covered by AppleCare, you can check your warranty status in just a few steps by using our guide:
You can obtain more information about AppleCare and AppleCare+ plans from Apple's website at the following link:
- More about AppleCare plans (opens in new tab)
If you aren't sure whether your iPhone, iPad, or Mac is still covered under AppleCare, it's easy to check your current status.
Members of a class action lawsuit over AppleCare are receiving notifications that they will soon get a payment from the company.
The annually renewable day one AppleCare+ plan for all Mac models, the Studio Display, and the Pro Display XDR is now available in three more countries.
AppleCare+ for iPhone with theft and loss protection is now available in three new countries in Europe.
Apple has announced that it is extending the standard AppleCare plan for the Apple TV to three years for all plan owners.
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