Apple To Offer $50 Credit To iPhone Customers Who Had Out-Of-Warranty Battery Replacement

Apple has updated its Support page today and officially announced that starting today, they will be offering $50 credit to iPhone customers who paid for an out-of-warranty battery replacement through January 1, 2017 to December 28, 2017.

The offer comes after Apple's $29 battery replacement program, which is a cheaper battery replacement options to customers potentially affected by performance throttling because of the battery degradation, in which Apple introduced in older iPhones with iOS 10.2.1 update in early 2017 to prevent iPhones from unexpected shutdowns.

According to Apple, eligible customers who received battery replacement from an Apple Store, Apple Repair Center, or an Apple Authorized Service Provider are qualified for the $50 credit. Users should the credit in an electronic funds transfer or a credit on the credit card used to pay for the battery replacement.

From May 23, 2018 to July 27, 2018, the company will contact qualified customers via email and provide instructions on how to obtain credit. If you are not seeing the email, contact Apple by December 31, 2018.

Oh, by the way, In-warranty iPhone battery replacements can't obtain the credit.

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