IPhone Has Power Issue Rendering Phones Unbootable; Apple Offers Free Repairs

iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Repair Program Launched Over No Power Issues

Camera aside, the iPhone 11 matches the pro models under the hood, powered by Apple's new A13 Bionic chip, which delivers all the power and AI prowess you would get from the more expensive models. Anyone who is still using an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus can check if their device is affected or not from Apple's support site by entering its serial number. We will have to wait for an official statement from Apple to know about the issue. The company offered a free fix program for users who are affected.

Apple has noted that iPhone 6s and 6s Plus sold between October 2018 and August 2019 are at fault. The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are now the oldest iPhones approved by Apple's latest software release, iOS 13. However, this process needs the device's serial number to accurately check if it was part of the problem batch. Eligible devices can be serviced at an Apple Store, an Apple Authorised Service Provider, or through a mail-in service with Apple Repair Centre. The cost of these repairs isn't covered by Apple.

Apple is clear that no other iPhone models are covered under the service program. Before sending it in, you are required to backup your iPhone to iTunes or iCloud.

The device was earlier rumored to have a 4.7-inch display and a home button with touch ID similar to that on the iPhone 8. Ming Chi-Kuo, a trusted analyst on Apple, claimed that an iPhone 11S would not come next year, but instead of the iPhone 12. The list includes the infamous butterfly keyboard on the MacBook line-up, display issue on the Apple Watch Series 2 & 3, and battery fiasco of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.



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