How do I find my AppleCare plan number? What is the registration number for my AppleCare protection plan? If the estimated expiration date of your telephone technical support, limited warranty, or AppleCare contract is incorrect for your serial number, please contact us. You must send the original purchase receipt for your product to Apple so that we can update your purchase date. A receipt containing the receipt number, product description, initial purchase date, price and distributor details is a valid purchase document. If you would like to update information in our records of your purchase or contract, we are here to help. If you purchase your AppleCare agreement at the same time as your hardware products from the Apple Online Store, Apple Store, or select Apple resellers, your AppleCare agreement may be automatically registered. To verify that your hardware is covered by the AppleCare agreement, click here. To find the registration number of one of the AppleCare agreements in the following table: AppleCare OS support plans provide enterprise-level incident support – defined as support for integration into heterogeneous environments; system components; network configuration and management; professional software applications; web applications and services; 1 Covers up to 10 enterprise-level incidents and provides a four-hour response to high-priority issues (Down Server), 12 hours a day, 7 days a week (12/7).3 Unused incident support expires after one year. Get the IT support you need to deliver macOS, macOS Server, iOS, or iPadOS to your business. AppleCare OS Support provides telephone and electronic support for server integration, migration, and advanced operation issues. To find your AppleCare contract number, see the map that came with your plan, titled “Web Registration Instructions.” The agreement number is displayed at the bottom of the page.
Covers an unlimited number of enterprise-level incidents across multiple locations and offers a one-hour response to high-priority issues, 24/7.3 This plan includes on-site monitoring by an Apple technical support technician. You can also go to mysupport.apple.com to find out if your device is covered. Sign in to your Apple ID and select your device. Learn what to do if the information is false or if your AppleCare plan doesn`t show up. . . .