Apple may have apologized for the confusion surrounding its intentional slow down of older iPhones to balance battery life and performance. But this does not change the fact that it is happening. If your iPhone warranty period is completed and you do not want to have Apple replace it. Then maybe iFixit can help. Starting from today, the company has reduced its DIY iPhone battery installation equipment by $ 29 or less depending on Apple’s price.
That $29 figure is how much Apple will make you shell out to replace your out-of-warranty iPhone battery by the end of 2018. This is a solid deal. But iFixit points out that you do not want to wait for an appointment at the Genius Bar. (or to wait about for the repair to be finished). In addition, the iPhone 4S, 5, 5S and 5C are excluded from Apple’s program.
iFixit’s kits are designed such that even beginners can replace their iPhone’s batteries. And all the tools are included in the kit. The iPhone 7 and 7 plus battery replacements will cost you $29. While all old model kits are priced at $ 24.99.