Apple offers $29 iPhone battery replacements

Apple offers $29 iPhone battery replacements

Apple offers $29 iPhone battery replacements

The lower prices are only available until the end of 2018.

Recently, in the interim, iFixit utilized the statement of regret as a reason to markdown its own particular iPhone battery substitution unit to $29, even as the news was at that point driving a spike in buys. We as of late broadened a similar help for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in iOS 11.2.

However, that response doesn't appear likely to save Apple from user lawsuits over the operating system fix, which intentionally slows down processors and other components to dynamically manage device power usage.

Given Apple's wording, it may be a while before it has sufficient quantities of batteries to meet demand for customers bringing in their old iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s devices to reclaim lost performance, which was brought on by Apple's iOS software "features".

Apple closes by saying "we will never forget [your faith and support] or take it for granted".

Apple's announcement that it's going to reduce the price to replace some iPhone batteries gives those holding on to older phones a cheaper way to make them last longer - and adds a little nuance to the debate over whether to upgrade or not. By reducing the performance of a handset, it's possible to artificially boost battery life. Seemingly, many of them have long suspected that Apple may have been slowing down their handsets on goal to convince them to upgrade to newer models. But it seems like Apple does not want its customers to wait more.

Apple has tweaked its statement regarding battery replacements for older iPhones, and that's a good thing if you're finding that your device struggles to make it through the day (or feels sluggish as a result). Apple said the problem was that aging lithium batteries delivered power unevenly, which could cause iPhones to shut down unexpectedly to protect the delicate circuits inside.

For now, it appears that Apple's efforts to correct its past mistakes might be too little and too late.

Today, the tech site BGR also took Apple to task for the company's "far from perfect" apology. It's unclear what Apple is planning to do after that point-whether the company will continue to offer the lower price, move back to the original price, or find some happy middle ground for those suffering from older battery woes.

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