Apple is giving back a $50 credit to iPhone users who paid for an out-of-warranty battery replacement gadgets between January 1, 2017, and December 28, 2017.
The $50 will be offered to those users who have paid the warranty for iPhone battery purchases for iPhone 6 or later gadgets. In any case, this isn’t a total refund that Apple is putting forth however by one means or another the cost is near the marked down one that Apple is at present giving for battery replacements. The credit will be given as an electronic fund transfer or transferred to the credit card you used to pay for the battery change service.
Qualified clients can contact Apple through email between May 23, 2018, and July 27, 2018, with directions on the most proficient method to get the refund credit. In the event that you don’t get an email from Apple by August 1, 2018, however trust you are qualified for a credit in light of the terms above, please contact Apple by December 31, 2018. Note that verification of battery replacement service at an Apple approved store might be required.
In-guarantee Apple iPhone battery changes are not qualified for the credit refund.
Apple has been censured for its old and worn batteries. A report from the founder of Geekbench surfaced which guaranteed that Apple has been backing off the execution of iPhones with old and worn batteries. The report demonstrated that Apple has presented updates in iOS, just about a year prior which at last decreased the performance of old iPhones. The real telephones influenced by this update at first included iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, be that as it may, iPhone 7’s performance likewise got influenced when it got hit with the update.
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