Apple declared that it would replace the cracked screen of eligible Apple Watch series 2 and Series 3 models. The program limited to aluminum models only and for the cracks which appear ‘under infrequent circumstances,’ which forms along the rounded edge of the screen. Apple will fix all such types of cracks free of cost. The provider will replace the screens of Apple Watch that suffer the type as mentioned earlier of breaks.
Apple specifically mentions model names of all the Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3 watches which eligible for the screen replacement program. If you own an Apple Watch Series 2 or 3 model which exhibits screen crack, then check the list whether your model is eligible for the program. If it is eligible, then contact Apple Retail Store or visit Apple Authorized Service Provider to get the benefit of this offer. Also, contact Apple Support to arrange mail-in service via Apple Repair Center.
Free Apple Watch Screen Replacement
The company examines your watch model to check whether it is eligible. Ensure that you have unpaired your Apple Watch from your iPhone before you send it through the mail. To unpair the watch, launch the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and tap My Watch tab. Write the Apple Watch name at the top of the display, after that tap on the info button for the device you wish to unpair and then select Unpair Apple Watch. Apple will return your repaired watch in five business days.
A screen replacement program for the cracked display can restrict to the original country or region of purchase. Apple Watch is on high success and earns enormous revenue for the company, it is evident from the Q3 2019, where Apple still dominates the shipping. In September Apple is scheduled to launch its next iPhone models and along with that, the tech giant may announce the next version of Apple Watch. The initiative to replace cracked screens of Apple Watch Series 2 and 3 models may further indicates the company’s commitment towards its customers.
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