Apple’s iPhone 5 battery replacement program, which was originally scheduled to end on March 1, has been extended to 2016, giving owners of the device another year to obtain a free replacement for their faulty battery.
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Earlier in 2014, the UK-based retailer Phones4U announced that it was entering administration, the United Kingdom’s equivalent to bankruptcy, and as a result had to cancel all of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus preorders.
In December of last year, the Typo physical keyboard accessory/case for the iPhone broke cover. It went on sale in January of this year, but almost immediately after that found itself the source of legal trouble for Ryan Seacrest and others.
One of the biggest gripes about Apple’s iPhone has been its battery life. So it didn’t come as a surprise to find that battery life was one of the top features that readers were most excited about.
Even though iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are the most recent iPhone models, the sixth generation iPhone, iPhone 5 which was first introduced in September 2012 is still the most popular iPhone, according to a study carried out by Localytics.
But since many users have been using it for two years, it is probably a more likely candidate compared to the iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c to be replaced with the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus unveiled at Apple’s special event yesterday.
Apple is set to have an iPhone 6-based announcement on September 9, when the company will unveil their new flagship handset(s) for the year. So, that means people are already planning on how to get rid of their old iPhones. For anyone who is interested in using the online trade-in site Gazelle, they’ve got a handy deal set up.