How to See Which Apple Products Have Extended Repair or Recall Status

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Apple’s product warranty coverage windows aren’t always set in stone. Sometimes the Mac and iPhone maker extends coverage for specific issues, and keeps a list online so it’s easy to know if you have a device that’s potentially due for repair or replacement.

Apple Exchange and Repair Extension Programs webpage

Apple has a list of current and past product exchange and repair extensions

To see the full list of products Apple is repairing, replacing, or even recalling, head over to the Exchange and Repair Extension Programs webpage. That’s where you’ll find the iPhone charger exchange program from 2008, the iPhone 6 Plus iSight camera replacement program from 2015, and most recently a repair program for a “No Service” issue on the iPhone 7.

Each listing includes a description of the issue and affected devices, plus instructions on how to take advantage of the repair or recall.

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