Apple Repair Status: track the Apple Repair Status for your Mac, iPad, AirPods, Apple TV, and other Apple products using the procedure in this article.
Besides available Apple support teams online, covering all issues about software glitches and unresponsive app features, apple fixes your phones and other utilities purchased from the company.
But then you do not take the device to any store. The company provides reliable supports for you offline. How does it work? You need only visit an Apple Store. Preferably, reach any Authorized Service Provider.
Learn more about this service in this post.
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Apple Repair Status: Overview
There are a handful of options for repairing your products. Correspondingly, you can track the Apple Repair Status in as many ways. Briefly, here are the available service channels:
- Schedule a meeting with an Apple Store Genus.
- Send the faulty device to a supported center, or
- Go to the center in person.
However, there are prelims to all post-purchase transactions from an electronic store. In the case of Apple Inc., it requires you to possess an AppleCare package or a Limited Warranty. The Warranty covers a future-looking surcharge that guarantees you get an Apple Repair, including the Status check.
Subsequently, you can reach the AppleCare+ support for a full check on the covered repairs by the company. If you want a faster route than going to the supported center, access your eligibility via the online My Support official website. How does it work?
See the following section for details.
Apple My Support, How to Use It
True to its customer-friendly policy, Apple offers intuitive guides in its customer support sites. The sites explain the necessary procedures in concise language. In that way, you get to the meat of the Apple device issue fast.
We outline the requisite steps for accessing the Apple Repair Status teams online below:
- To start using the service, liaise with an Apple Authorized Service Provider for a Repair ID or a Case (depending on the situation) using the below steps.
- Follow the cue carefully to sign in to Apple My Support.
- (Remember, you will have to log in with the ID acquired for Apple Repair)
- Now, check Recent Activity for your Repair ID.
Note that the ID covers several services like repairs, support, etc. Also, you can find the Cost (or Repair ID) for Apple Service in the confirmation email that the company sends you.
Track Repair Status in MySupport
Below is the Apple Repair Status tracking approach via My Support:
Just like the ID Repair acquisition steps, you will have to visit the site.
You can see the current repairs for your device displaying on the website. (Also, you can get the full details by clicking on See Details.
Preferably, open Repair Lookup with your zip code to access the number of repairs you requested previously.
Moreover, you can retrieve the index (serial number), ultimately essential to the Apple Repair service, from your product invoice.
Finally, tap Continue.
If you run into issues like unresponsive (or wholly unavailable) features on My Support, see the following section on how to bypass the problem.
Can’t Access All Features?
If you cannot request all the services, which may be disabled, follow the procedure below.
For one, the Apple Repair Lookups are unavailable on the Support app. But there is a convenient bypass for this glitch. You can either call the company customer care line or use the concise method outlined in support.apple.com.
Note: you can only use the Apple Repair Status tracker for products covered by AppleCare Plans or the Warranty. Moreover, you can rendezvous online at an Apple Genius for any queries without necessarily an in-person meeting.