Apple Is Replacing Some iPhone 5 Batteries For Free

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Some good news for anyone who feels like they are constantly charging their iPhone 5 throughout the day. Depending on when you purchased your phone, Apple may replace your battery for free.

Apple says iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013 have a battery problem that leads to a shorter battery life.

To see if you qualify, head over to Apple’s website and input your serial number.

The free replacements will be available in the U.S and China starting August 22nd.


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