Apple Battery Replacements for iPhone 6 Plus Delayed Until March/April

Apple Battery Replacements for iPhone 6 Plus Delayed Until March/April

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DEEB - January 14, 2018 at 10:55pm
The internal document actually says April to June.. I work at an AASP and we get these notifications from them
Raas al Ghul - January 12, 2018 at 10:12pm
Apple only slows down phones with degraded batteries to keep them working as best as they can without shutting off, many people have posted Geekbench scores before and after getting a battery replacement and the scores are back to how they were when the iPhone was brand new once the battery is changed.
Flash8130 - January 11, 2018 at 10:10pm
There is no performance boost from a battery. I see hundreds a day and there will only be a speed increase if it’s consumed or failing. Really wish incorrect information would stop spreading.
YOU DONT KNOW - January 12, 2018 at 6:09pm
Performance boost from a battery or not, Apple has admittedly stated that it slows down performance when batteries degrade. Common sense is that for those who think they have degraded batteries, they will purchase a new battery, to get back the performance that Apple has decreased. More money for Apple either way.
Reader - January 12, 2018 at 6:14pm
I second that. Guess these iSheeps fall for Apple’s BS all the time.
Smartguys - January 12, 2018 at 7:54pm
Apple said, publicly, that they are slowing down iPhones when it hits a certain wear level. And as the battery degrades further on they continuously slow the phones down to keep them running. My iPhone 6s with a poor battery had the lowest geekbench scores ever. When I took it to Apple and new battery. The geekbench was as high as it would have been brand new. So your point is a little irrelevant now.
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