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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

iPhone Out-of-Warranty Battery Replacement Program

Apple will repair your iPhone for a service fee of $79, plus $6.95 shipping. Be sure to follow [Apple's] instructions for optimizing battery life and troubleshooting battery charging issues before submitting your iPhone for battery replacement.

The repair process normally takes three business days.
You didn't think this was going to be free, did you? Fair enough, this is, after all, for out of warranty replacements. But three days sans phone is a bit much.

Incidentally, the iPhone warranty is one year (PDF download). I'm curious that it's not warranted for the length of your AT&T service agreement.


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