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Not everyone wants to go through the hassle and expense of replacing their iPhone’s battery. $29 is a lot of money for some people. You will also have to go without your iPhone for some time, depending on how you get the battery replaced. Fortunately, you can run some tests to determine the condition of your iPhone’s battery. Please read “Check If Failing Battery Is Slowing down Your iPhone” for more information.

How to Replace Your iPhone 6s Battery for Free

Apple is not perfect. They make mistakes. Apple also relies on suppliers who are imperfect. Defective batteries were installed in iPhone 6s models manufactured between September and October of 2015. The flawed batteries have caused affected iPhone 6s devices to shut down unexpectedly. If you own one of these devices, you can get the battery replaced for free. Simply go this webpage and enter the serial number of your iPhone 6s. This provides eligibility verification for free battery replacement. Follow the instructions on Apple’s website to get your device serviced.

How to Replace Your iPhone’s Battery for Only $29

There are a few ways to take advantage of Apple’s iPhone battery replacement program. Apple will replace the battery in any iPhone 6 (or later) regardless of battery condition. If your iPhone is a 6 or later, you meet Apple’s requirements for battery replacement.

The next step is to determine where you will replace the battery. If you live near an Apple store, that’s the best option. Make sure to book an appointment so you won’t waste any time.

Not everyone lives within proximity of an Apple Store. That’s no problem, as your iPhone’s battery can be replaced by an authorized service provider for the same low price of $29. Simply search for an Apple authorized service provider in your area and make an appointment.

If you live in a remote area, you may not have access to an Apple Store or authorized service provider. In this case, it’s advisable to send your iPhone to Apple or an authorized service provider for battery replacement service. For more information, visit Apple’s support site.

Prepare iPhone for Battery Replacement

iPhone users should perform a few simple steps before bringing or sending an iPhone in for battery replacement service. Apple recommends backing up the device to iCloud. Next, you should turn off Find My iPhone. Finally, erase your personal data by tapping on Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. This will also turn off Find My iPhone. Taking these steps will ensure that technicians can work on your iPhone without accessing any of your personal data. next page →

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