Changes to Apple’s official service charge for battery replacement for out-of-warranty products starting March 1, 2023. Users who purchased AppleCare or AppleCare+ Protection Plan support for their product are not affected by the price increase. In the same way, the price of servicing products that fall within the limited warranty period of one year from the first activation provided by Apple does not change. The easiest way to check the status of the limited warranty is on the device Settings > General > Info can be checked by the user under
Battery from an iPhone 7. (source: iFixit) [+]
From March 1, 2023, the prices will be as follows:
- Battery service fees for iPad models will increase by HUF 31,000 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th generation and earlier models), 11-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation and earlier models), 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 9.7-inch For iPad Pro, iPad mini (6th generation and earlier) and iPad Air (5th generation and earlier). In the case of an 8th generation iPad, this means that Apple and its official service will replace or repair the battery for HUF 34,990 until March 1, and HUF 65,990 from March 1.
- Service fees for the battery of iPhone models are going up by HUF 12,080. The change affects all iPhones before the iPhone 14. Battery service at Apple is currently HUF 25,900 for all models from iPhone 13 to iPhone X, and this will increase to HUF 37,980 from March 1. Up until March 1, Apple replaces batteries in Touch ID devices up to the iPhone 6 for HUF 18,900, which will be HUF 30,980 from March 1.
The price increase also affects the battery servicing of MacBook models (the Air is HUF 24,000 more expensive, and regular MacBook and Pro models are HUF 41,000 more expensive), and it is global, but with different prices per region. Here on the Apple website, you can see how much the repair would cost for a specific model: iPhone, iPad.