Apple Is Giving $50 Credit If You Paid To Replace Your IPhone Battery In 2017

Posted: May 24 2018, 11:12am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple is Giving $50 Credit if You Paid to Replace Your iPhone Battery in 2017
  • Apple’s iPhone Owners are to Get $50 Credit for Defunct Battery
  • But Only to Those Customers Who Paid for Battery Replacements From January to December 2017

Apple offers $50 Credit to Customers Who Paid for iPhone 6 and Later Battery Replacements Last Year

Apple is to give $50 to each owner of its iPhone since the batteries of these smartphones have lost their warranty. The models include the iPhone 6 and other gadgets that have arrived or will arrive in stores between the dates of January 1st of last year and December 28th of this year.

The battery replacements will be arranged for by Apple. All this will take place at the Apple Store, the Apple Repair Center and at all Apple Authorized Service Providers. This amount of credit in dollars will be guaranteed transference in accordance with the credit and novel replacement battery.

Those who are included within the list of rightful consumers will be sent emails by Apple Inc. These emails will be sent in the time period that falls between May 23rd, 2018 and July 27th, 2018.

All the rules will be stipulated regarding this transference of credit for the replacement battery. Apple welcomes all of its customers to partake of this fair and just step which was taken by its management.

If any person finds that he or she has not been informed regarding this whole scenario, he or she ought to contact the headquarters directly since justice delayed is justice denied.

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