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I want to know my iphone warranty covers under which country, because there is a problem in my iphone when i went to ICARE they said its not covered under warranty


i already check in the apple support about my warranty its valid for more time but i cannot be able to check by which country my iphone is valid


so please kindly requesting all experts to submit me any link to check the country warranty of my iphone




iPhone 4S, iOS 6.1
  • Allan Sampson Level 10 Level 10 (122,145 points)

    What is iCare vs. going to Apple Support?

  • Keith Doherty3 Level 4 Level 4 (1,735 points)

    iCare are an independent and dubious business and have NOTHING to do with Apple.


    They scam you into paying very high prices for online advice.


    As to your question the iPhone warranty is Country specific and not international.


    So if you have an iPhone purchased in a different country to where you are using it -you can not get warranty support locally quite unambiguous.


    Your iPhones IMEI/UDID and serial number all identify the original market so you can't try it on !


    Solution return with iPhone to country of purchase and seek out warranty repair


    Pay a third party (Preferably an Appointed Apple Premium reseller/repair agent) to repair at commercial rates

    May be more than cost of replacement phone !


    Or bin your phone (Not environmentally friendly) and do what you should have in the first place -Buy/rent a phone from official supplier in your own country.

    Warranty and Support would have cost you less in the long run.

  • soumendra Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same question.


    Is there a way to know which country the iPhone warranty has for, so we can be a bit careful while buying an used iPhone ?

  • varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (167,035 points)

    The warranty on the iPhone is valid only in the country in which the iPhone was originally sold, or in the case of an EU-sold iPhone it will be valid in any EU country. You would need to have the serial number of the iPhone you're interested in purchasing to be able to confirm with Apple the country of original sale. Better to just buy from an authorized dealer; you'll spend more but be far less likely to have hassles.




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