Smart & Connected Life Smart Watches & Wearables How to Check If Your Apple Watch Is Under Warranty Quickly check your Applecare status Share Pin Email Print Smart Watches & Wearables Headphones & Ear Buds Smart Home Smart Watches & Wearables Travel Tech Connected Car Tech iPods & MP3 Players By Brenna Miles Writer Brenna Miles is a technology writer with a B.A. in Business Management and HR Management. She's been writing about technology for 6+ years. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Brenna Miles Updated January 05, 2020 Over time, your Apple Watch will start to show signs of normal wear and tear. Yet, if the watch breaks or stops working at any time, you might need to check the coverage for AppleCare and AppleCare+ to see if your watch is eligible repair. It's important to note that the AppleCare warranty doesn't cover issues with batteries, scratches, dents, or normal wear and tear. Check Your Apple Watch Warranty Using the Apple Support App The Apple Support app is an easy way to see information about all of your Apple products associated with an Apple ID. You can also check your warranty status using the app. Download and install Apple Support from the app store. From the Discover screen, select the Account icon at the top of the screen. Select Check Coverage from the menu items. Here, you'll see a list of your current Apple products associated with your Apple ID and whether or not you have a current warranty. You can also enter your device's serial number if you can't locate your device from the list. Simply select Look up a serial number and enter it or take a photo of it. Select your Apple Watch from the list to view warranty information such as what's covered. You'll also find an expiration date here. How to Check Apple Watch Warranty Online You can also use the Check Coverage portal online to check your Apple Watch's warranty status. Before you get started, you'll need to find your device's serial number. To find your serial number quickly, simply open the Watch app on your iPhone. Then, select General > About and scroll until you see the serial number. With serial number in hand, it's time to check the status. Go ahead and log onto checkcoverage.apple.com. Type in your serial number as well as the captcha code to prove you're not a robot. Select Continue to move forward. On the next screen, you'll see your available warranty coverage such as telephone technical support, repairs and service coverage, etc. Need a repair? You can select Set up a repair to get started from this screen. If for any reason the steps above don't work, you're unable to find your serial number, or you're unsure if your warranty status is correct, you can always call Apple Support at 1-800-275-2273.