[PConline News] October 11, according to foreign media reports, Apples official website recently aimed at theNo bootproblem of the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus service plan. According to previous reports, Apple has determined that some of the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus may not be able to boot due to a component failure.
However, this problem can only occur if the production date is between October 2018 and August 2019, and the serial number is within a certain range. Users can go to https://support.apple.com/zh-cn/iphone-6s-plus-no-power-issues-program to check whether it meets the requirements of free maintenance by serial number. The validity period of the plan is two years from the date of the first retail sale of the equipment. That is to say, it may expire in 2021.
The iPhone 6S series initially went on sale in September 2015, but officially went off the shelves in September 2018 after the iPhone was released last year. However, Apple continues to produce a number of iPhone 6S models for sale in specific markets, including India.
According to official information on Apples website, this is Apples sixth fix released this year. Earlier this year, it launched maintenance or recall plans for old 15-inch MacBook Pro batteries, some wall adapters, 13-inch MacBook Pro display backlights, MacBook keyboards, and screens in Apple WatchSeries 2 and Series 3.
The launch of the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus in 2015 is hardly new. But Apple has been making the phone. But embarrassingly, the newer the product, the worse. If you buy an iPhone 6S later, and you just buy a cell phone from October 2018 to August 2019, you may suddenly lose power and be unable to turn it on. Its too crumbling.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of Pacific Computer Network: Qiao Junjie_NBJ11279