Apple May Be Planning to Launch an iPhone 6 Battery Exchange Program

Apple May Be Planning to Launch an iPhone 6 Battery Exchange Program

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Apple is rumored to be launching an iPhone 6 battery exchange program, reports Macotakara.

The exact reason for the program and what serial numbers it would cover is unknown.

Back in November, Apple launched a battery replacement program for iPhone 6s devices that were experiencing unexpected shutdowns. Don't forget to check if you're eligible for a free iPhone 6s battery replacement.

We'll let you know if a similar program surfaces for the iPhone 6. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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Apple May Be Planning to Launch an iPhone 6 Battery Exchange Program
Zapyaforpc - January 21, 2017 at 12:24pm
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Juggernaut - January 18, 2017 at 6:14pm
Had unexpected shutdowns on 6s. Not eligible for replacement based on serial. At Genius Bar the motherboard showed issues, got a new phone. Took my apple case of the old, showed signs of wear, nope factory quality issue. End result, new phone, new case. Perfect, I recommend everybody with issues to try their luck.
Josef Franz - January 18, 2017 at 3:42pm
every year this fruit company go more down and down :) owned apple since first phone, but lately looks like more Chinese bullshit quality
Davidd - January 18, 2017 at 2:38pm
I've been an apple customer since the first iPhone was released. I know how a phone is supposed to work. After a few months of owning an iPhone 6, I started to get this battery issue. The phone would turn off at 35-50% and when the charger would be plugged back in, the phone would start back up at the percentage which it was turned off at (35-50%). I even took video of it and then made my appointment at the Apple Store. I took my phone, the rep did the diagnostic, said my battery was perfectly fine. I showed him the video, said "well, the diagnostic says it's fine. I asked to speak to a manager and the rep said "well, he will just tell you the same thing". Manager came, and of course, said the same thing, Mentioned that the diagnostic was showed the battery was fine and that customers usually come to just get a new (refurbished) phone. I was so furious. Ended up selling the phone and buying the 6s and of course, same issue with that phone. They said it was fine...and a few months later, Recall. Unbelievable.
Jawad Ahmed - January 18, 2017 at 1:04am
Many users from iPhone 5 to iPhone 6S Plus is affected after iOS 10.2 Update. The new update is causing iPhone to shutdown when battery reaches 30%. There is a bug in iOS 10.2 which can't determine that there is still 30% power is left and it shuts off. Apple need to fix with new release but they are just busy in collecting profits on iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
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