We will replace your battery at no charge if your iPhone issue is covered by warranty, AppleCare+, or consumer law. Click here to visit Apple’s Check Coverage page and check if your iPhone is covered by AppleCare+. You will need to enter your iPhone serial number to complete this process.
Sometimes iPhone power issues are not actually caused by the battery. If your iPhone won’t turn on, try these steps recommended by Apple to see if the issue resolves. If you still need assistance we can test and assess your iPhone to diagnose either a battery issue or a another power issue. Once we determine the cause we will provide a quote to make the repair.
Battery replacement pricing for all iPhone models is listed in the table below. These prices are inclusive of GST and are subject to change. To have your iPhone assessed and serviced, drop in or make an appointment with one of our Mac1 Service locations listed here.
|Out of Warranty||Fee|
|iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus||$39*|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus||$39*|
|iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus||$39*|
|iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus||$39*|
|All other eligible models||$119|
|In-warranty or with AppleCare+||Fee|
|iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus||$0|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus||$0|
|iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus||$0|
|iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus||$0|
|All other eligible models||$0|
* From now until December 2018, the out-of-warranty battery service fee is only $39 for all eligible iPhone 6 or later models. A battery service at $39 may be limited to one repair per iPhone. Issues caused by accidental or physical damage which are not covered under an Apple Warranty may not be eligible under this program. In these cases there may be additional costs to perform repairs. See our iPhone Service Costs here.