Apple Repair status can be confusing and confusing at times.
Here are a few tips to help you make sure your iPhone is getting the help it needs.
Find your Apple Repair number.
If your iPhone has Apple RepairStatus, your repair will begin immediately.
Check for an Apple Store locator.
Find your Apple Store near you.
Look up your repair appointment.
Check the status of the repair.
Apple RepairStatus is an app that allows you to view the status and status update for your iPhone and iPad.
If your iPhone or iPad is repaired within 60 days, Apple will send you an email with a link to your repair status.
If your repair does not begin immediately, you will need to wait until you see a “continue” button on the status page.
Apple Store locators are often listed in stores around the country, so if you are near one, you may want to check for a store near you before contacting AppleCare.
Find an AppleCare associate.
Once you have found a local AppleCare rep, you can call AppleCare to discuss your repair.
If you do not see an Apple Care rep at your local store, check the status at the Apple Store for more information.
Check with AppleCare if the repairs will require a new software update.
After your repairs have begun, the repair process typically takes a few weeks.
Keep track of the status for your repairs.
Make sure you log the repair status for each repair in Apple Repairstatus and use this information to follow up on your repairs if needed.
Follow up on any repairs.