Apple has issued a recall to fix some iPhone 8 devices that may be defective.
The company says there’s a manufacturing defect with the phone’s logic board that causes them to freeze or turn off, and in some cases, the phone won’t turn back on.
The recall only affects some iPhone 8 devices sold between Sept. 2017 and March 2018.
Apple says it will fix the phones for free.
To see if your iPhone 8 is affected, click here.
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