Have you heard of battery-related controversies around Apple in late 2017? There has been a lot of tones and crying about how, from iOS 10.2.1, iOS has lowered iPhones with old weak batteries to avoid unexpected closures.
In response, Apple sent a message to our customers about iPhone batteries and performance to explain what happened. Apple announced that it would reduce the price of replacement without warranty for iPhone 6 and later from $ 79 to $ 29 through December 2018. The company also said that an upcoming iOS update will give users more visibility in the health of their iPhone battery.
The practical start of this is that if you have an iPhone 6 or higher that has short battery life or unexpected interruptions, make sure you take advantage of the $ 29 replacement fee this year. (There have even been reports of replacements from iPhone 7.)
To check the health of the battery now, check out CoconutBattery.