A pple is now offering a $ 50 credit for any customer who has paid the full price for an off-warranty battery exchange in 2017, the company announced Wednesday.
The credit will be sent to customers who had the battery replaced their devices, provided it is an iPhone 6 or newer. Note that this ly applies to customers whose batteries have been exchanged at an authorized locati – such as an Apple Store and an Apple Authorized Service Provider.
Customers whose batteries have been replaced while still under warranty are not eligible for the credit. ] Apple says it will start ctacting eligible customers between today and July 27th. The credit will be distributed in the form of wire transfers or credit card credit.
If you do not receive an email before August 1st you are eligible, make sure to ctact Apple directly before the end of the year. If you take this route, proof of service may be required.
Essentially, this $ 50 credit would go to customers whose batteries had been exchanged before the total "batterygate" debacle
Last year, Apple introduced a new power management system in iOS 10.2.1 that limited performance devices with degraded batteries to reduce unexpected shutdowns.
The movement provoked ctroversy, and critics saw the move as evidence of "planned disuse". arguably, the main problem is that Apple has not correctly explained the inclusi of the measure in iOS 10.2.1. At the time, the release notes vaguely indicated the additi of a …