A month ago I noticed that the left side of my out-of-warranty iP6 display was beginning to separate from the body of the phone. Over the next couple of weeks the bulge became more pronounced so that viewed from the side the display had raised almost 1/4 inch (.64 cm) from the body. Also, the phone periodically felt warmer than usual and battery life was significantly diminished. An authorized Apple repair facility nearby examined the phone and diagnosed a swollen battery. They said that Apple may or may not offer a replacement unit, and that the turnaround would be about 1 week. If you're having this issue with your iP6 and it's beyond the 1-year warranty (mine was by more than 9 months), don't hesitate to ask Apple for a swap. Over the weekend I had to make an unexpected day trip to Jacksonville, FL where fortunately there's an Apple Store. No exaggeration that once the Apple tech looked at my phone, I was on my way with a replacement in less than 10 minutes. The encounter documentation (below) stated that the phone was replaced under the "iPhone Quality" program. I'm posting this because I couldn't find anything online about how Apple has handled this problem specific to the iPhone 6. __________ Warranty Status: Quality Program(E1) USA Model: IPHONE 6 Date of Purchase: 19-Sep-14 IMEI: 354408063465923 Serial No: DNPND48VG5MG Problem Description/Diagnosis Issue: Customer's iPhone 6 battery is swollen and causing rapid depletion of battery life and overheating. Steps to Reproduce: Observed swollen battery. Cosmetic Condition: Customers iPhone shows a lifted display near the left hand side of the display. Proposed Resolution: Offered to process the phone for a swap repair at no cost as per the iPhone quality program.