If your 42mm Apple Watch Series 2 refuses to power on due to battery swelling, you no longer need a valid warranty to get the issue fixed up to three years after your original purchase.
It seems that Apple Stores are struggling to handle the backlog of battery replacement orders they're getting with the hands they have on deck.
Legal experts don't expect courts to find Apple guilty in a class action lawsuit relating to the iPhone throttling scandal, but Cupertino obviously doesn't need the prolonged bad publicity.
In addition to personally apologizing for the whole power management debacle, Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed in a recent interview that iPhone performance throttling will soon be optional.
If you're looking to replace your crumbling iPhone 6 Plus battery and hopefully improve CPU performance in exchange for just $29, get ready for a long wait.
Apple is making up to customers and that make-up will depress sales of iPhones in the coming year. At least that's what one bank is thinking.
In order to make the discounted iPhone battery replacement process as smooth as possible, Apple is waving the typical diagnostic tests and requirements.
Originally set for late January, the company is now offering $29 rates for out-of-warranty battery replacements on throttled iPhones.
If your iPhone 6s was produced between September and October 2015, bricking issues may have been caused by overexposure to air. If not, just wait.