How to Check Your Apple Service and Support Coverage

July 10, 2013

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Check Your Apple Service and Support Coverage. Those who have purchased a new apple product or have an apple product and want to check the service coverage on it? It has been made very simple now to check the status of your device’s apple service and support coverage.

All you have to do is open a web browser and navigate to the Apple “Check your service and support coverage” web page. Enter in the serial number of your Apple device. I  was trying to check the that my home iMac’s service and support coverage had been started, this happens upon starting up and completing the OSX install process of the iMac automatically kicked off the service and support converge from that particular day.

It is pretty easy to find the serial number of your average Apple product, for an iMac these are the steps to follow:

  • From the top left Apple icon on the screen, select “About This Mac”
  • After being presented with the “About This Mac” window, click on “More Info…”
  • From the default “More Info” screen you will see the Serial Number presented –write it down now you can check the status of the Apple service and support cover on the iMac. Open a web browser and navigate to the Apple “check your service and support coverage” here is the URL:


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