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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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.