Apple has set up an official iPhone 7 Repair Program for devices with "No Service" issues. The problem is affecting a small percentage of iPhone 7 models, which sometimes show "No Service" in the status bar despite good cellular coverage in the area.
Having issues with the touch screen on your iPhone X? Some users are experiencing problems when trying to use gestures on the display. Apple has acknowledged that on some iPhone X units display components fail, which causes the iPhone to become unresponsive to touch.
Does your iPhone 8 suffer from unexpected shut downs or a frozen screen? Apple has identified a manufacturing defect on some iPhone 8 logic boards, which causes these issues and more. In some cases, affected devices won't turn on. While the percentage of iPhone 8 units with this problem is small, Apple will repair eligible devices free of charge.
It's official, iPhone owners who had their out-of-warranty batteries replaced last year can receive a $50 refund for the service. The announcement from Apple is a follow up to the $29 battery replacement program, which continues until the end of 2018. As the full price of battery replacement was previously $79 for eligible devices, this $50 credit brings pricing in line with the discounted program currently in place.
Now that Apple has reduced the cost of an iPhone battery replacement to $29, users may be wondering about the health of their power packs. After all, lithium-ion batteries like those found in the iPhone slowly lose capacity as they age. There is a simple way to see if the battery in your iPhone has reached the point where it could use replacement.