Apple denies rumours on iPhone 6 battery replacement program
It was Japanese news outlet Macotakara first reported that Apple might be readying for an iPhone 6 battery replacement program
Apple has reportedly denied rumours saying that the iPhone 6 family will be the next recipient of a battery exchange program.
AppleInsider reported that an insider from the company said that currently there are no plans for an iPhone 6 battery exchange program.
"We constantly evaluate service statistics," one source inside Apple corporate was quoted by the website as saying.
"There are no plans or grounds for a wide iPhone 6 battery exchange program at this time,” the source added.
It was Japanese news outlet Macotakara first reported that Apple might be readying for an iPhone 6 battery replacement program.
In November, Apple said the company will replace the batteries iPhone 6s handsets after acknowledging that those some iPhone 6s smartphones have been shutting down unexpectedly.
The company said the battery can be replaced its branded retail stores and authorized service provider centers for free.
Many iPhone 6s users have reportedly said their devices typically shut down with around 30% battery life remaining.
However, Apple noted the shutdowns are not a safety issue, but because of a feature designed to protect the iPhone's internal components from low voltage, MacRumours reported.