Apple will fix your iPhone 6s and 6s Plus if it refuses to turn on
Based on an Apple blog update which was posted on Friday, Apple offers to fix any iPhone 6s or 6s Plus if it refuses to turn on. This is due to the fact that the iPhones mentioned that were manufactured between October 2018 and August 2019, seems to have a faulty component which causes the device to not turn on.
You can check whether your iPhone is eligible for the free repair, which can be done by entering the serial number on the blog page itself. Do note that if your device is damaged to the extent where it would hinder the technician’s ability to repair, Apple has the right to not repair the smartphone in question.
Gizmodo has mentioned, that you could get a refund if you’ve paid to repair iPhone 6s or 6s Plus fixed so that it can be turned on again. Is your iPhone 6 or 6s Plus affected? Let us know on our Facebook page, and for more updates like this stay tuned to TechNave.com