I believe that many Apple users know that if the iPhone is used for a long time and the battery life is significantly reduced, you can choose to replace the battery for a better experience. So is the iPad also able to replace the battery? The answer is yes, if you replace the battery through Apple's official after-sales service, you need to charge a battery service fee
However, if your iPad battery fails and your iPad is covered under warranty, consumer law, or AppleCare+, there is no charge.
What you can understand is that if you have previously purchased an AppleCare+ service plan for your iPad, you can enjoy Apple's official replacement device guarantee when the iPad's battery is less than 80% of its original capacity during the service plan period.
If you choose to replace the iPad battery through Apple's official after-sales service, you need to pay attention to the following issues:
1. Before repairing, please go to Apple's official website to make an appointment.
2. After the appointment is successful, please back up all data and materials in the device. You can use iCloud, iTunes or Aisi Assistant Full Backup to back up.
3. If your device has other damages, such as screen damage, button failure, etc., before replacing the battery, you need to repair these items and pay additional repair costs.
4. When you go to Apple's official after-sales service for repair, you need to know your Apple ID and password, and carry the ID card issued by the government department and the relevant purchase certificate.
If your device has been used for more than one year and is not within the warranty period, and you want to choose a third-party repair channel with a lower price, then you need to understand that after a third-party or private disassembly, Apple officials may refuse to repair your device. Equipment repair service