How do I contact applecare?

Get support now by phone or chat, set up a repair, and more. Call Apple Support at 1-800-APLCARE.

How do I contact Apple Support UK?

For other enquiries, contact Apple Store Customer Service on 0800 048 0408. Lines are open Monday–Friday 08:00–20:00 and Saturday–Sunday 09:00–18:00.

Is Apple Support toll free?

Sales and. Product Inquiries is a convenient place to purchase Apple products and accessories from Apple. You can buy online, chat, or call 1800-1651-0525.

How can I tell if someone is using my Apple ID?

From the Devices section of your Apple ID account page, you can see the devices that you’re currently signed in to with your Apple ID:

  1. Sign in to your Apple ID account page,* then scroll to Devices.
  2. If you don’t see your devices right away, click View Details and answer your security questions.

Why did Apple come up with express lane?

In an attempt to put more troubleshooting know-how in the hands of its customers, Apple has created Express Lane, a simple to use resource for locating issues and solutions to common problems with *all of Apple’s products*.

How to contact Apple Store in the UK?

If you are a student, teacher or other education professional, visit the Apple Store for Education or call 0800 048 0408. Lines are open Monday-Friday 08:00‑20:00 and Saturday-Sunday 09:00-18:00. To purchase on behalf of your school, college or university, please call 0800 912 0207 to speak to an Apple representative.

How can I contact Apple support by phone?

Support by phone You can talk to an Apple Advisor by calling the Apple Support phone number for your country or region. Visit the Order Status page for information about an Apple Online Store order. Learn more about the accessibility features built in to Apple operating systems and products.

Is there free phone support in the UK?

Complimentary support. Most Apple products come with 90 days of complimentary phone support and a one-year limited warranty. We recommend that you check your coverage before contacting us. In the United Kingdom, consumers are entitled to a free of charge repair or replacement, by the seller, of goods which do not conform with the contract…