macOS Sonoma 14.1 Features New Warranty Coverage Section in System Settings

The second beta of macOS Sonoma 14.1 seeded to developers today includes a new "Coverage" section in the System Settings app that displays warranty and AppleCare+ coverage for the Mac and select Bluetooth-paired accessories.

macOS Sonoma Coverage Feature
The section can be found in the System Settings app under General → Coverage, and it provides an overview of hardware service options and other information.

A similar "Coverage" section already existed in the Settings app on the iPhone and iPad under General → About → Coverage, and now it is on the Mac.

macOS Sonoma 14.1 is currently in beta testing and is expected to be released in late October alongside iOS 17.1 and other software updates.

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nottooshabby Avatar
9 months ago
I still prefer the system preference layout used in Monterey and earlier operating systems. The list of preferences that mimics the iPhone is ugly and hard to navigate.
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GSWForever8 Avatar
9 months ago
It’s there to remind you to buy AppleCare.
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9 months ago
This is great. I wonder if there will be a button to add a calendar reminder for these. :)
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9 months ago
I wish Apple mostly focused their point updates on bug fixes instead of endless new features.
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9 months ago

given the poor quality of apple products under timmy the criminal, i can see why they want an opportunity to sell.
I agree with the declined quality part, but why do you say Tim's a criminal?
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9 months ago

I still prefer the system preference layout used in Monterey and earlier operating systems. The list of preferences that mimics the iPhone is ugly and hard to navigate.
I couldn’t agree more. It’s a terrible UX experience on a desktop operating system.
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