Apple’s Battery Discount Program is Set to End on December 31

Apple’s Battery Discount Program is Set to End on December 31

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If you have an iPhone that needs a battery replacement, it’s a good idea to get it fixed soon as Apple’s $29 battery replacement program is set to end on December 31, 2018.

Apple is still offering $29 battery replacements for the iPhone SE, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, and X. All of these devices are eligible for a discounted $29 battery following the processor slowdown scandal that Apple faced earlier this year.

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If you have an iPhone that needs a battery replacement, it’s a good idea to get it fixed soon as Apple’s $29 battery replacement program is set to end on December 31, 2018.

Apple is still offering $29 battery replacements for the iPhone SE, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, and X. All of these devices are eligible for a discounted $29 battery following the processor slowdown scandal that Apple faced earlier this year.

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  1. Thank you for this; almost forgot about the discount.

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  2. Can you use the Mac mini as back up storage for your iPad Pro 12.9 inch?
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    Are you ever going to read your comment section and reply?

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  3. This guy is such an Apple shill it's ridiculous

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  4. I never noticed any trouble with my 6 even when the battery started to swell. I eventually took advantage of the replacement offer when I was over at my local Apple store, the battery had been in this shape for about a year at that point. This battery slowdown thing was just in people's minds.

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  5. If changing the battery having beyond the 1 year warranty and no Apple Care, would that need to be charged extra on top of the $30?

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  6. I'm Kind of getting fed up with Apple in general. I feel like a slave to the ecosystem as I have the computers and phone, etc. I also feel like the stuff is not up to the quality of the prices they charge!

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  7. At what percentage of maximum capacity do you think we should get our batteries replaced?

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  8. My bettery health percentage is at 88% and ive had my iphone 7 plus for about 2 years. You think i should take advantage of the low price before its gone?

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  9. In india can i get this discount?

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  10. I did this with my iPhone 6 at my local authorized repair center (I have no Apple store, near by). They charged me $29.99 for the battery and $30 for the labor (it took them 2hrs while I waited). My only alternative was to ship my phone to Apple and wait an unknown amount of days to get it back. That phone is the only phone I have, so I paid the extra $30.

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  11. Did some tricks and got a new iPhone X 5 days before my warranty expired! So don’t need to replace anything

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  12. This didn’t warrant a video.

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