Hi all. Do Applecare actually, physically *replace* your battery when you send it in and pay your £25 under the battery replacement programme, or is this said in the same spirit as "refurbished" iPhones? It's known that "refurbished" iPhone stock units are actually BETTER than new stock, because they've had their parts stringently inspected, faulty/damaged ones replaced, have been soak tested and have received FAR more focused, personal up-close attention than production line units would have done, due to the knowledge that these phones were faulty/returned units, hence more scrutiny is employed to ensure a proper functioning unit. The reason I ask is that I am sending my SE in for a replacement battery ("Health" says it has 91% design capacity left, but I want to do it before the programme ends) - we often hear of incredible Applecare stories such as the one below, where you send an evidently used iPhone in for service, and Apple send you back a phone that is indiscernible from new stock, due to them having replaced cosmetically damaged parts... etc... Thank you, in hopeful anticipation. Matthew.