A frustrating experience at the Apple store today: 6 months ago, my wife’s 6S+ had some issues and was replaced with a new 6S+ 64gb. Yesterday, the phone suddenly stopped working. It wouldn’t turn On again, just a black screen. I brought it to Apple today, and they ran some diagnostics. Conclusion is “it cannot turn On”. They don’t know what part is failing (they didn't want to open it to run some more tests), and said they never fix it when it doesn’t turn On. And since a replaced iPhone only has a 90 days warranty, the only option is to pay another $329 (+ tax) to get a new 6S+ with again 90d warranty. Or buy a new phone, with no trade-in value or discount, etc. Conclusion: - Apple just throws away iPhones that don’t turn On. What a waste of resource and energy. - Apple doesn’t give you an option to repair a device at the reasonable cost. $329 + tax for a phone that was launched >3.5 years ago is hard to swallow. Especially if it’s thrown away again after 90 days. At home we have 3 ipads and 2 iphones (minus 1 !). We really love them but we will definitely think more before getting a new device from Apple.