My 6S+ is being repaired right now under warranty (bought it almost exactly a year ago) - both the battery and screen. Battery showed that it had under 80% capacity left, and the screen had a defect in that I just recently noticed. I was surprised they didn't just replace the phone completely. Does it seem unusual they would replace both the battery and screen and not give me a refurb instead? And for those of you who have had repairs done, does the phone come back essentially looking like it did before? Can you tell repairs have been done in any way? Just curious. I had a glass screen protector on it and a full body skin. The screen protector will of course be gone. I am assuming they're also going to have to either remove or tear the skin to get inside the device. I believe it covers the screws on the bottom.