Hey, it happens. As it goes, Apple is now dealing with a battery life issue on some of its Apple Watch devices, and is offering free repairs to customers who are experiencing swollen batteries. If you own the Apple Watch Series 1 or Series 3, unfortunately, you are not eligible to apply for free repairs. The repairs must be scheduled through the Genius Bar and it is recommended that customers ensure that it will be a free fix prior to agreeing to service.
Apple is offering free, out of warranty repairs to customers effected by a swollen battery or power issues on their Apple Watch Series 2 according to a note shared by the company on their GSX portal on Friday, reports MacRumors.
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Customers have three years from the original date of purchase to take advantage of the free fix, after which they'll have to pay for the service (£82.44 in the UK).
On Apple's support page on its website, it says that "many issues can be resolved" by restarting the Watch, which can be done by holding the side button, sliding power off on the screen, then once again holding the side button to switch it on. Apple has noted that all models of the Apple Watch Series 2 will be a subject to "visual-mechanic" inspection before the inspection takes place. - Apple will authorize coverage for eligible devices for three years after the original date of purchase.
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The first-generation Apple Watch (Series o) seemingly suffered from the same problem, with Apple implementing a similar 3-year fix program for affected users.
The updated policy does not apply to the Apple Watch Series 1 or Series 3. Let us know down in the comments!
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