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Apple offers $50 refund for some 2017 iPhone battery replacement users May 25, 2018

iPhone users have not been so comfortable recently. New users are troubled by screen doors and scratched doors. Old users are even more troubled by downsampling and battery doors. After the event continued to ferment, Apple finally put forward a solution: discounted replacement batteries for old customers. However, before this, many users have already replaced the battery in full. It is a lot of losses.

Recently, Apple announced that it will provide a refund of 394 yuan for customers who have paid for the replacement battery for iPhone 6 or newer models from January 1, 2017 to December 28, 2017. However, this policy is limited to users who are replacing batteries at Apple stores or authorized maintenance companies. At the same time, Apple also said that the replacement price of foreign battery replacement for the iPhone 6 or newer models will be reduced, and the limited period will be extended until the end of 2018.

After the discounted iPhone battery replacement program began at the end of December 2017, Apple can now offer a $50 refund to customers who have paid for replacing the iPhone 6 or higher device battery at the beginning of the year. Refunds appear to be the latest measure to block company-class compensation claims related to the collapse of iPhone battery performance last year.

Apple’s “iPhone Outstanding Warranty Battery Replacement Credit” includes the replacement of any Apple Authorized Service Centers between January 1, 2017 and December 28, 2017. Although the $50 refund does not fully cover the price of the iPhone battery replacement, the cost is the same or close to what the company currently paid for under the $29 battery replacement program.

From now until July 27th, most qualified customers will receive e-mail instructions on how to obtain a $50 refund, which may be a credit card or credit card that was originally used for payment. Users who did not receive company replies before August 1st can use this form to contact Apple for credit and may be required to provide proof of service from an authorized repair facility.

The company stated that it will not provide points for iPhone battery replacement performed during the warranty period. Covers iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X batteries; old iPhone and non-iPhone devices are not.