Apple offers battery replacement for bad batch of iPhone 6s

Monday 21 November 2016 | 08:42 CET | News
Apple has offered a free battery replacement for customers who have experienced an unexpected shutdown of their iPhone 6s. The company said in a statement that it found a "very small number" of the smartphones may unexpectedly shut down, adding that this isn't a safety issue. The problem affects devices within a limited serial number range, manufactured in September and October 2015. The China Consumers Association had earlier said it had received reports that some iPhones were shutting down even though half their battery life remained, Dow Jones reported. Apple said customers experiencing

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple
Countries: World
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