Millions of iPhone owners warned prices go up TODAY for popular upgrade
IPHONE owners have been warned it will cost them more next time they want to replace their battery.
Apple has not only hiked the price for iPhone, but also iPad and Mac batteries too.
The tech giant had warned that the cost would go up in March.
Previously, a battery for the iPhone 13 would come in at £69.
But today it’s £89.
In fact, all the batteries appear to have gone up £20.
The same has happened in the US, where it’ll now cost you $89.
But it only applies to products that are out of warranty.
If you iPhone is still under warranty then you might be able to get a free replacement, as long as it’s not because it’s worn out due to “normal use”.
Apple previously said: “The current out-of-warranty battery service fee will apply until the end of February 2023.
“Effective 1 March 2023, the out-of-warranty battery service fee will be increased by £20 for all iPhone models prior to iPhone 14.”
iPad battery replacements now cost anything from £129 on an iPad Mini, right the way up to £195 on an iPad Pro.
And for Macs, it’s between £159 and £245.
Apple fans who have AppleCare+ can get a free battery replacement if you device holds less than 80 per cent.
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