iPhone replacement batteries now back in stock without delay

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All those users who have been waiting to get their battery exchanged can take a huge sigh of relief now. Apple issue an internal document stating that “service inventory of all iPhone replacement batteries is now available without delay”.

Apple distributed an internal document to its authorised dealer stating about the full availability of replacement batteries. If reports are to be believed, there won’t be any further delay in case a user wants to replace its battery.

But it’s not exactly what you think it is. This means that Apple has the stock and the Apple Authorised Service Providers can order the iPhone replacement batteries from Apple and get them without any older persisting shipping or transport delay. What’s important to note here is that it doesn’t imply that the Service Provider will have the supply and replace your batteries right away.

Apple back in December had lowered the cost of the batteries to $29 as part of an apology over its lack of transparency about slowing down some older iPhone models to prevent unexpected shutdowns. This widespread outcry resulted in Apple receiving repeated and common complain of poorly performing batteries in iPhone 6 and their newest generation of iPhone. The company received an enormous amount of request which resulted in them going out of stock. However, Apple did promise a battery for everyone but how long will it take? No one knew.

Also, we saw a new feature in iOS 11.3 that gave a detailed insight into the battery usage and how it is actually performing. The new feature also provided with some more enhanced controls that you could make to your smartphone when the battery starts performing badly or there’s a presence of degradation.

But now that Apple has taken steps to make up for it past mistakes. An upgrade to the existing batteries at a lower cost and the integrated feature in the iOS 11.3. Win-win for batteries I believe.

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An engineering graduate, Harry turned to writing after a couple of years of experience in core technology field. At The iBulletin, Harry covers latest updates related to trending apps & games on the app store.

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