Apple will refund customers who paid for out-of-warranty battery replacements on their iPhone 6 or later devices in 2017, according to an official statement released by the company today.
Apple will refund customers with a $ 50 credit under the following conditions:
- Battery was swapped at an Apple-authorized service
- Battery was replaced between January 1st, 2017 through December 28th, 2017
- Refund applies to battery replacements on iPhone 6 or later devices
- Customers might need to provide proof of the battery service transaction
Apple will reach out to customers via emails from May 23rd until July 27th letting them know about the rebate and providing instructions on how to proceed.
So why exactly $ 50 and why now?
The refund will be sent out as an electronic funds transfer or a credit on a credit card used to pay for the new battery.
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