Horror Story Reveals How Apple Charged $30 for Fake iPhone Battery Replacement

Apple launched a battery replacement program for old iPhone models whose performance might be impacted due to battery degradation, and the company offers a discount from $79 to $29 when the servicing takes place in an Apple Store.

One iPhone 6s user who wanted to take advantage of this offer ended up paying $30 for the battery replacement, only to discover that his battery wasn’t actually replaced with a new unit.

Reddit user tenaper explains in a post which quickly caught the attention of the WWW that he was originally told by the Apple Store staff “they ran out of 6s batteries but took an appointment for battery diagnostic anyway.”

Following the test, which revealed that the battery was “consumed and defective” (Apple Sto… (read more)

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