After Apple revealed that it was secretly slowing down old iPhones as their batteries aged, some customers were understandably annoyed.
When Apple announced it would replace those batteries for just $29 each, some were still worried that their phones might not qualify for the fix.
After all, Apple said the battery replacements would be available “for anyone with an iPhone 6 or later whose battery needs to be replaced”
Average wait times for a new battery have jumped up to 2.7 to 4.5 weeks, now that is a long time! iPhone Repair should not take that long.
Customers who are seeking Genius Bar appointments for battery replacements are also crowding out appointment slots for customers with other issues, which is a problem in areas with few Apple Stores.
You should replace your iPhone 6 batteries if you’ve owned the phone for a couple years and if it feels slower than normal. Since Apple throttles performance as the battery starts to lose its charging power, this is a good way to make sure your phone is still running in top shape.
Owners of the iPhone 6 or later should take advantage of this free iPhone Repair can begin the battery replacement online through Apple’s website or by visiting an Apple Store.
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