How to Check Your Mac Warranty? It’s simple to get up-to-date information about your Mac’s warranty or AppleCare plan, as well as the warranty status of any AirPods and/or Beats headphones that you own and have paired to the Mac, in macOS Sonoma 14.1 and later.
You can discover if your device is covered and what types of repair and support are included with your plan. Your agreement number, proof of purchase, and expiry date are all available.
How to Check Your Mac Warranty?
To obtain information about the state of your Mac’s warranty and/or AppleCare + plan, first, ensure that your Mac’s software is updated to macOS Sonoma 14.1 or later (System Settings General Software Update), then follow these steps:
- Select System Settings by clicking the Apple icon in the navigation bar.
- Select Coverage from the side column General.
- Click the “This Device” option to view your Mac’s warranty information, or the “More Devices” option to view Bluetooth-paired devices.
Apple includes a one-year limited warranty and up to 90 days of technical support with any products, so if a manufacturing issue occurs during this time, you’re instantly protected. If your Mac is still covered by Apple’s Limited Warranty, you’ll see how much time is left before it expires.