iPhone 13 or older iPhone model users looking to replace their battery and get a new battery can get it before the end of February. Apple has announced the battery replacement cost as $20 (roughly Rs. 2,000). The Cupertino Company does not cover iPhone batteries in its warranty. AppleCare+ members can get their iPhone batteries replaced at no additional cost under the circumstance of battery holds less than 80 percent of its original capacity, the company says.
iPhone Battery Replacement for Older Models to Get More Expensive From March
Apple’s official support page now mentions the battery replacement facility for all out-of-warranty iPhone 13 or older models will be increased by $20 (roughly Rs. 2,000). The new attery recharge prices will effect from 1st March 2023.
The Cupertino Company currently charges $69 (roughly Rs. 6,000) for battery replacement for out-of-warranty iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11, and iPhone X phones. Meanwhile, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, and other previous models cost $49 (roughly Rs. 4,000). [Apple] already takes $99 (roughly Rs. 8,000) for battery replacement on iPhone 14 series models.
The company is planning to improve battery life for next iPhone 15 series handsets. The recent reports suggest that new Apple iPhone lineup will come with Apple A17 chip, which might be up to 35 percent more energy efficient than the current A16 Bionic chip.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max feature the A16 Bionic SoC. Similarly, only iPhone 15 Pro models are expected to be powered by the Apple A17 chip, whereas the non-pro variants are said to get the A16 Bionic chip.
Apple does not officially announced the battery capacities of its handsets. According to a past report, the iPhone 14 packs a 3,279mAh battery and the iPhone 14 plus gets a 4,325mAh battery.
On the other hand, the iPhone 14 Pro houses a 3,200mAh battery, whereas the iPhone 14 Pro Max features a 4,323mAh battery.