“AppleCare & Warranty” – New menu item from iOS 17.3 and macOS 14.3

Yesterday Apple released various updates for its operating systems. This also included macOS 14.3 for compatible Macs as well iOS 17.3 for compatible iPhones. Both have added a new menu item to the (system) settings, through which you can now get the collected information about the warranty claim or AppleCare validity. And not just for the device on which you use this menu item, but for all devices that are linked to the Apple ID used. So you can e.g. For example, you can also view the warranty status of your Mac, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, AirPods, etc. on your iPhone.

AppleCare & Warranty on iPhone (and iPad)

After the update to iOS 17.3 (or iPadOS 17.3) you will find the new menu item for the warranty status of all your registered devices in one place. To get there, you can simply use these step-by-step instructions:

  1. Calls the Settings on your Apple iPhone
  2. Type the point in it General an
  3. Now select in its menu AppleCare & Guarantee from
Here you can view the warranty status and AppleCare coverage of all Apple devices on your iPhone that you have connected to the same Apple ID and via Bluetooth.
Here you can view the warranty status and AppleCare coverage of all Apple devices on your iPhone that you have connected to the same Apple ID and via Bluetooth.

AppleCare & Warranty on Mac

The new overview is available on the Apple Mac after the update to macOS Sonoma 14.3. It can also be found there in the “General” area; between the login items and the language and region options. This is how you get to the new overview:

  1. Click this in the top left of the menu bar Apple logo an
  2. Select the item in its menu System settings ... from
  3. Click in the left sidebar General and then right AppleCare & Warranty an
The new overview looks like this on the Mac.
The new overview looks like this on the Mac.

iCloud website no longer needs to be used

It is now much easier to view the warranty coverage of the individual devices on both the Apple Mac and the manufacturer's mobile devices. So must e.g. For example, the iCloud website does not have to be accessed every time for a check. Apple also eliminates the need for users to use third-party apps for a local overview. Among other things Mactracker offers the option of creating a list of your own Apple devices in order to, among other things, keep an eye on their warranty coverage. This additional function of the device lexicon is no longer so important under current operating systems.

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