Apple Starts Free Repair Program with regard to Defective iPhone 8 Logic Boards


Apple has launched a free repair program for iPhone 8 units that were sold between September 2017 and March 2018 with a manufacturing defect in the logic board, which has been causing startling restarts, frozen screens and issues with the device turning on.

The logic board is the main circuit board consisting of the central processing unit (CPU), main system memory and circuitry that controls the disk drive, keyboard, monitor, and peripherals.

"Apple has established that a little level of iPhone 8 devices contains logic boards with a manufacturing defect. Influenced units were sold in Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Macau, New Zealand and the US, and if your iPhone 8 has a qualified serial number, Apple will repair it free of charge," the iPhone producer wrote in a post on the site on Friday.

The free program covers iPhone 8 units sold up to three years after the main retail offer of the device in September 2017.

The company suggests that before presenting the device clients should settle their equipment like broken screens, and also refresh iCloud and iTunes, as the program does not cover these.

"Your iPhone will be inspected preceding any administration to check that it is qualified for this program," the post included.

The Cupertino, California based company likewise expressed that this program does not broaden the standard guarantee scope of the iPhone 8.
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