(Last Updated On: January 5, 2020)
Apple Offers Free Repairs For iPhone 7 Devices
Apple Inc develops iPhone 7. It is offering free repairs to its user for iPhone 7. The small percentage of iPhone 7 does not properly connect to a cellular network. Even your device is in the coverage area, iPhone 7 devices will show “No Service” in the status bar. This occurs after the iPhone switches off Airplane Mode, and is unable to re-connect to service. Due to the failure of a component on the main logic board this problem occurs in the iPhone 7. So Apple is offering free repairs service to the customers experiencing the issue.
According to Apple, the affected device has specific model number depending on the region customers bought their devices. The affected devices were manufactured from Sept. 2016 to Feb. 2018 and were sold in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macao, and the U.S.
The model number of devices in China is A1660, A1780, Japan is A1779 and Hongkong, Macao, the U.S is A1660.
The company’s website says some repairs was restricted to the region of purchase. For unrelated issues such as a cracked screen, customers will need to get that resolved first. After that, you can go through the complimentary No Service repair. Customers are only eligible if they had bought the devices within the last two years.
The announcement this week comes shortly after Apple launched a discounted battery replacement program to address older iPhones that are slower due to an intentional battery throttle, or experiencing unexpected shutdowns.
Hope you are now familiar with this issue of iPhone 7. You can repair your device free of cost.