Apple iPhone Battery Replacement Deal Now Available

The A$39 iPhone battery replacement program, an offer announced by Apple a few weeks ago is now available. In this guide, you can learn more about the program, which models are eligible, and how you can get your iPhone battery replaced by Apple.

The program is in response to Apple’s iOS operating system slowing down iPhone models as batteries age. Apple explained in an open letter as to why it does this. Getting a new battery will very likely increase the performance of your iPhone.

Battery Replacement Program

Apple is now offering out-of-warranty battery replacements on selected iPhone models for just A$39. Usually, it is priced at A$119 meaning the offer includes an A$80 discount. The offer is only available until December 31st, 2018.

iPhone Models

The offer is available to selected iPhone models including:

  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X

In warranty serving or those with Apple Care+ can have the battery replaced for free. All other iPhone models will cost A$119.

How To Get Battery Replacement

If you have an eligible iPhone you can get Apple to replace your battery. Simply head over to this support page on their website and click on the blue ‘Start a battery service request’ button.

Apple iPhone Replacement Battery Servicing Price Table

You have the option to bring it in for repair (the better option), or to send it in for repair which can take up to 5 business days.

  1. Could you please tell me how much it would cost to replace the battery of the iPhone 5s? Why is it not included in this initiative?
    Thanks. Pauline

  2. I had my battery on my iPhone 6S+ on December 21st and it was just out of warranty so paid $119. Now it is just $39, anything I can do about the extra I paid if I went back to them?

    1. Kevin, Apple are yet to confirm if they are going to be giving refunds out to those who paid the full $119. In the past when something like this has happened, they have. I am going to reach out to Apple and see what their policy is on this – as you’re not the only one to ask. :)

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