Recently purchased AirPods Pro and want to find information about its warranty or see what kinds of repairs and support are included with it? Use this guide as your reference. It will help you check if the device is covered by an AppleCare plan or Apple's Limited Warranty. Here’s how to use it for checking your AirPods Pro warranty.
How to run AirPods Pro warranty check?
If you can’t remember the date when you purchased the AirPods, Apple offers a way to check if they’re still under warranty. The same method can also be used to check the warranty status of any Apple product. Here’s how to use it to check your AirPods pro warranty.
- Launch a web browser and open a new tab.
- Go to the following address - checkcoverage.apple.com.
- In the empty field provided there, enter the AirPods Serial number.
- Update the Purchase date, if not validated.
- Check the repairs & service coverage status.
- Alternatively, tap the Info icon next to your AirPods on iPhone.
- Check the warranty.
Running the AirPods Pro warranty check is useful, especially when your AirPods or Charging Case have been damaged accidentally and you want to get it replaced for an in-warranty fee.
How to check AirPods warranty online?
On your MacBook, launch the Safari or Google Chrome web browser and open a new tab.
Inside the URL field of the browser, type the following address and hit the Return key - checkcoverage.apple.com.
In the screen that appears, enter the AirPods serial number.
If the purchase date is not validated, update it.
Scroll down to Repairs & Service coverage heading at the bottom of the screen to check its status. If it shows as ‘Active’, you’ll find details about its coverage for hardware repairs and service under Apple’s Limited Warranty program and estimated expiration date.
Alternatively, if you have AirPods connected to your iPhone go to the Bluetooth settings and tap the Info icon next to your AirPods name.
Upon being directed to a new screen, scroll down to Limited Warranty reading.
Expand the entry by tapping the side-arrow to check the warranty period and other details related to coverage.
Please note that your warranty is the same whether you register or not. Also, the coverage date and expiration date are estimated.
Hope that makes sense!