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Apple’s $29 iPhone battery replacement program is available right now but supplies are limited

Apple’s $29 iPhone battery replacement program is available right now but supplies are limited

Earlier this week, Apple admitted to slowing down older iPhones and subsequently apologized for the lack of transparency about the issue. In addition to the apology, Apple has also announced that iPhone owners would be able to replace their batteries at a discounted rate of $29 starting in late January 2018.

In an update to the original statement, Apple has now brought forward its replacement program so you can get new battery for your iPhone 6 (or later) handset starting right now. Alternatively, you can do it yourself, with a discounted iFixit kit.

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As before, the company says that battery replacements costs have been reduced by $50, from $79 or $29, but warns that “initial supplies of some replacement batteries may be limited.”

You don’t need to do anything special to qualify for the discount. If you’re interested in getting a cheap replacement battery — and at $29, it’s hard to refuse – simply make an appointment at your nearest Genius Bar, or get in touch with Apple if you’d prefer to mail off your phone.

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Perry Toone

I test and review the latest and greatest in tech for YMOZ and a number of other online publications.

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