This page contains a list of Apple resources for support, repairs and contacts. This page will be updated on a regular basis as we continue to find the best direct resource links for the information you need. Can't find the resource you want let us know and we will do the looking for you and add it to the list. @techschool101

 

IOS Update Preparation

Getting prepared to update to a new IOS this page gives you steps on how to prepare. 

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iPhone Service Answers

Quick and easy break down of questions you might have in regards to getting your iPhone repaired.

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iPhone Repair and other repair

Understand what repair options you have for iPhone, take the guess work out of pricing the majority of pricing questions can be found here.

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iPhone Screen Damage

What are the options you have when it comes to screen damage and what are the cost.

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Battery and Power
What to do if you feel your  battery is having problems (contact support before going to the store) and  what are my service options.

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iPhone Repair Cost

Repair cost for other iPhone repairs, such as out of warranty cost. I know you think because the phone is so important it should always be covered but the truth is it does have a limited warranty.

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Backing up your iPhone

Understanding the process of backing up your phone.

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Apple Warranty Status

What exactly is my iPhone warranty am I still under warranty? Here is how you find your warranty details.

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AppleCare +

This is Apple's extended warranty that also lowers the cost of accidental damage repairs. That's right you still have to pay for accidental damage but the cost is much less then it would be without AppleCare +

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Twitter Support

Apple continues to improve it's Twitter support tis could be a first step in getting support for your Apple devices.

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Exchange and Repair Programs

If you think your Apple device qualifies for a repair program this is where you can check. These are not blanket programs they all last for a certain amount of years. The range of years is always from original date of purchase so make sure you are within the right date range for any programs. Just because your serial number qualifies does not mean your device does it must fall within the correct date range.

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Support Phone Numbers

If you want to call Apple here are a few numbers that may help you. Something to keep in mind when calling a local Apple store the phone operators are not technicians and can't go through troubleshooting steps over the phone. You want to contact support for those types of questions.

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Carrier Support

Looking for support that involves your carrier this is a great resource that may answer lots of service and activation questions directly from the carrier. This page list carriers all over the word that support Apple products.

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