Wednesday, March 15, 2023

ICYMI: Apple Has Increased The Price For Battery Replacements On iPhone, iPad And Mac

Apple's has increased the price for out-of-warranty battery replacements for iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Older iPhone 13 models, Macs, and iPads that are out of warranty and do not have AppleCare+ will be charged more.

For example, the price of a battery replacement for an iPhone 13 model has increased by $20 to $89 from the previous repair price. Apple charges $69 for repairs on the iPhone 8 and older, while the $89 pricing is valid for the iPhone X through the iPhone 13. For iPhone 14 models, the out-of-warranty battery replacement price is still $99, as it was when Apple first offered it in September.

The cost of the iPad has increased by $20 for a number of models, including the 12.9-inch iPad Pro models from the fifth generation and later, the 11-inch iPad Pro models from the third generation and before, the 10.5-inch and 9.7-inch iPad Pro models, all iPad mini models, and all iPad Air models. The price to replace the battery in these smartphones has increased to $119.

The cost of a battery replacement for the most recent iPad Pro devices is still $179 for the 12.9-inch model and $149 for the 11-inch model.

All MacBook Air batteries now cost $159, and all MacBook Pro batteries now cost $249, reflecting a $30 to $50 price increase for Mac battery replacements.

Although the prices in the article also apply to the United States, the cost of replacing batteries has increased in other countries as well. On the websites for Apple's Mac, iPad, and iPhone repair services, replacement cost estimates are accessible.

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