Check if your iPhone 6s enters Apple's free battery replacement program -


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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Check if your iPhone 6s enters Apple's free battery replacement program

You remember that a few weeks ago we reported an incident happened with models of iPhone 6s made during September and October 2015, which suffered unexplained blackouts . Well, unlike the problem emerged with the MultiTouch technology - called Touch disease - for which Apple demanded 167 euros to users by a manufacturing fault , this time Apple offered to replace the battery terminals free . If you want to know if your iPhone 6s device enters the free battery replacement plan, read on.

Apparently, the problem itself does not involve the safety of the device and affects only the battery. Apple noted the problem when some iPhone 6s users reported on Apple's official website sudden blackouts of their handsets, even though they still had about half the battery available. That this ruling affects only certain iPhone 6s suggests that these are defective parts supplied by a particular manufacturer.

As we mentioned, if you have problems with sudden blackouts with your iPhone 6s terminal, it was best to go to an authorized Apple dealer to manage the battery replacement. But how do you know which models enter the free replacement plan? According to Apple, there are very few models that fall under the plan, and it will be based on the serial number.

To find out just go to: Settings> General> About and check if the following characters are located on the fourth and fifth serial number:














Apple staff will replace the battery in some cases, while others may replace the iPhone in full, returning a new terminal, mainly due to stock problems that would delay the process until after December 5.

So if your iPhone 6s meet the requirements, do not miss the opportunity. Apple warns that the program covers iPhone 6s batteries for up to 3 years since the model was first sold. Also, you can request a refund if to detect the failure at the time, you paid for the repair.

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