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Sep 3, 2019

Apple is finally admitting this problem

authorarticle: Master3395
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sources: MacRumors, Apple
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Category: Apple
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Now you can switch the Apple Watch screen for free.

Now you can switch the Apple Watch screen for free.

Apple has announced a new scheme for Apple Watch screen switches.

The company recognizes that cracks can form along the rounded edge of some Series 2 and Series 3 watches (aluminum). The cracks, which form "under very rare circumstances" start on one side of the screen and continue around, says Apple.

The case continues below the picture.

See if you can get a new screen
Customers affected by the issue who has a watch that falls under Apple's criteria can have the screen replaced for free, either from Apple or an Apple Authorized Reseller.

Here are the watches that apply to free screen switching:

More details on how to change the screen for free can be found here.

authorarticle: Master3395
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sources: MacRumors, Apple
keywords: apple watch, switch, crack

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