How to Check the Warranty Status of Any Apple Device

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While you hopefully never have to take advantage of it, your device’s warranty can save you hundreds of dollars on a new one if something happens to it. Even on premium Apple devices, hardware can fail and render your computer or phone useless. When your iPhone, Mac, or other Apple product suddenly stops working, you should check the warranty status right away to see if Apple will take care of it. Here’s how to use Apple’s website to check the warranty of your device. How to Check the Warranty Status of Any Apple Device Head to Apple’s Check Coverage website….

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Apple Launches iPhone 7 “No Service” Repair Program, Check If You’re Eligible For Free Out Of Warranty Replacement

Apple has today launched an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus “No Service” issue repair program. Check here to see if your device is eligible for free out of warranty replacement.

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Apple’s warranty coverage check website briefly demanded Apple ID for access [u]

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For about eight hours on Tuesday morning, Apple asked visitors to checkcoverage.apple.com to enter their Apple ID for verification, where previously they just needed to enter a device’s serial number or IMEI, with the change possibly making a return in the future.
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Apple introduces international iPhone warranty for Indian customers alongside iPhone 8 & X

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Apple has reportedly introduced an international warranty for iPhone buyers living in India, letting them get an iPhone outside the country and still receive support at home.
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Google responds to Pixel 2 XL screen burn-in and color concerns with upcoming software updates, 2-year warranty

This past Sunday, Google let us know that it was “actively investigating” reports of screen burn in on the Pixel 2 XL. Now, less than a week later, we are learning some of what the results of that investigation are. Here’s the short version: Google stands by the screen on the Pixel 2 XL, but it is nevertheless going to issue some software updates to expand its color gamut and protect it against screen burn-in. It will also offer a two-year warranty on Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones.

In a post in the Google Pixel support forums, VP of product management Mario Queiroz had this to say:

Our investigation so far has given us confidence that our displays are as great as we hoped they would be, though we’re also taking steps to address the…

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Google calls Pixel 2 screen burn-in non issue, extends device warranty to two years

Google has come out with an official response on some of the major Pixel 2 screen issues that came to light recently. Talking about the screen burn-in problem – which is referred to as differential aging by the company – the search giant says the decay characteristics of the Pixel 2 XL display “are similar to OLED panels used in comparable products.” Google also says their investigations into the burn-in issue revealed that “the differential aging is in line with that of other premium smartphones and should not affect the normal, day-to-day user experience of the Pixel 2 XL.” The…

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Google responds to Pixel 2 issues: Extended warranty and updates

While the Pixel 2 family initially garnered strong reviews, early adopting owners have reported an array of issues. Some have complained about dull colors or even "burn-in" on the Pixel 2 XL's OLED screen, while others have reported clicking sounds…
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Google responds to Pixel 2 issues with software update, extended warranty


Google today responded to the growing chorus of Pixel 2 users complaining of inaccurate color representation and burn-in on the larger XL model. Mario Queiroz, Vice President of Product Management claims each phone undergoes rigorous quality control screening and that the burn-in effect, referred to as “differential aging,” is in line with other mobile devices with OLED screens. Queiroz says the team took the investigation seriously, starting on October 22 with the first reported issue, and determined the Pixel 2 XL’s differential aging is “in line with other premium smartphones and should not affect the normal, day-to-day user experience.” As…

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