Apple, after unveiling and launching its 4.7in iPhone 6 and the 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus, has now made public the cost of repairs that a user is likely to incur in case of unwarranted damages.
The Cupertino-based company is also offering to address issues falling under two major categories, at new out-of-warranty prices.
These categories, according to Apple are:
- Screen damage issues
- Battery and Power issues
If your iPhone6/iPhone 6 Plus encounters cracked or shattered displays, Apple will charge you $109 for your iPhone 6, and $129 if you possess the larger iPhone 6 Plus.
Also, if you happen to encounter battery-life related issues, such as non-charging, and rapid energy drain, you need to shell out $79 to get these issues addressed by Apple.
Apart from the two categories as mentioned above, any other repairs that your iPhone 6/iPhone 6 smartphone unit encounters, will be carried out by Apple under the regular out-of-warranty prices which are as given below:
Customers of the new iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus can temporarily afford to rest in peace as they are covered under Apple's limited one-year warranty period.
Users who bought Apple's AppleCare+ extended warranty can get repairs for two incidents of accidental damage, at a service fee of $79.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus 'Out of Warranty' Prices Revealed by Apple