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Don't Throw Away Your Apple Devices-- Replace Battery or Trade-In, Get Money, Go Green!

YijunW CA, United States 0 Ratings 53 Discussions 0 Group posts

Posted by: YijunW


If you are thinking about getting rid of your old iPhone because it has a battery issue, don't do it! If your iPhone is within warranty, you can replace the battery for free. If the warranty is out, before December 31, 2018, you can spend $29 or $79 to get a new battery depending on the model. if your model is iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, the cost is $29. For all other models, the charge is $79. Stick with your electronics for a longer time as less electronics production means less toxic waste and a more sustainable environment.
Start a battery replacement here:
You have two repair options:
1) Send in for repair: Apple will send you a box to collect your iPhone. Arrange a shipment to an Apple Repair Center and Apple will replace your battery and deliver your iPhone back to you in 3-5 business days.
Arrange a shipment here:
2) Bring in for repair
Make an appointment at an Apple Store or one of our many Apple authorized service locations, Apple will try to fix your iPhone during your visit. In more complex cases, we might need to send it to an Apple Repair Center. If we do, your iPhone will be ready for pickup in 3-5 business days.

If you are really done with your Apple devices, trade in your eligible device for an Apple Store Gift Card. If it’s not eligible for credit, Apple will recycle it for free. Regardless of the model or condition, Apple can turn it into something and helps promote the sustainability of the Earth. Trade-in value for phones is up to $315, for tablets is up to $285 and for computer is up to $1000.
Click on the link below to estimate the value of your trade-in:

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