Apple Extended Warranty Of First Generation Smartwatch To Three Years: On Friday apple has declared the Warranty extension of first generation Apple Watch after the issues raised in the battery of the device. 9to5Mac obtained a copy of an email that was sent to Apple authorized Service Provider, according to that email Apple is going to extend warranty period of Apple first generation smartwatch from one year to three years.
Apple first generation smartwatch is facing the swollen battery issues and some users have reported the issues. In response to that issues, Apple has taken the decision to providing its customers an extra two years of warranty in case if they face any problems related to the Watch.
The reason for swelling in the battery may be due to overcharge, overheating and other reasons that may occur because the pouches that used to provide power to the Apple Watch are very prone to swell and expand in case of any damage. However, Apple is very cautious to provide safety into its products. Apple devices are made to pass through many tough tests to ensure its safety before releasing for the customers. Owners of Apple watch should not need to be worried about the kind of explosion that was happened in Samsung Note 7.
The exact figure of how many users are facing the swollen battery problem in their smartwatch is not known and the company has not made any official announcement about the extension of the service. It seems that the battery issue is not widespread and the company is trying to provide full service for all those who has faced the problems in their smartwatch. So if you are also the owner of Apple smartwatch you can avail the benefits of extending warranty period of your device.