Apple Is Replacing Some Defective iPhone 5 Batteries

By Angus Kidman

For those models, Apple will replace the battery free of charge. (That means you’ll need to back up your phone, wipe it and return it to Apple, but that might be worth it if you’re sick of constantly trying to find power for your device.

Apple says that a small percentage of iPhone 5 models sold between September 2012 (when the phone launched) and January 2013 don’t charge properly.

Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone 6 model on 10 September (Australian time), so if you’re contemplating an upgrade soon, you might not think the changeover is worth the bother.

Read more here: Gizmodo


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