发布日期：2016 年 12 月 6 日
我们非常重视顾客提出的各种疑虑，其中包括数量有限的 iPhone 意外关机报告。我们也感谢向我们传达顾客疑虑并与我们协同合作的机构。每当遇到问题时，我们都会按照全面的流程开展调查，其中包括对这些设备进行分析。我们还会查看已选择加入标准诊断数据报告的大量顾客所提供的诊断信息。如有任何发现，我们会随即采取相应措施，以便快速地为我们的顾客提供解决方案。
我们调查发现，少数于 2015 年 9 月到 10 月期间生产的 iPhone 6s 设备中，某项电池元件被装进电池包之前在受控环境空气中暴露时间过长。因此，我们于两周前启动了一项全球性计划，以免费更换受影响的电池。对于造成的不便，我们要再次向顾客表示歉意。值得强调的是，这并不是安全问题。
在受影响范围之外，也有少量顾客报称存在意外关机情况。其中的某些关机情况可能属于正常现象，因为 iPhone 会通过关机来保护其电子元件。为收集更多信息，我们会在下周发布的 iOS 软件更新中额外增加一项诊断功能。该功能可在未来数周内收集各种信息，而这些信息或许能帮助我们改进用于管理电池性能和关机操作的算法。如果此类改进能得以实现，我们会通过进一步的软件更新进行交付。
发布日期：2016 年 12 月 1 日
Apple 重视每一位顾客，特别是他们对 Apple 产品的疑问。在了解到 iPhone 用户出现意外关机的情况后，我们进行了彻底调查，收集设备并进行了分析。
我们发现，少数于 2015 年 9 月到 10 月期间生产的 iPhone 6s 设备中，某项电池元件被装进电池包之前在受控环境空气中暴露时间过长，使电池电量消耗速度快于正常水平，导致意外关机。值得强调的是，这并不是安全问题。
为帮助顾客解决这个问题，我们为受影响的设备免费更换电池。iPhone 6s 用户可以在 iPhone 6s 意外关机问题计划网页上输入设备序列号，查询其设备是否符合免费更换电池的条件。我们对由此给顾客带来的不便表示诚挚的歉意。
我们探寻了导致 iPhone 意外关机的其它可能性，经过深入调查，我们尚未发现其它原因。我们将继续关注和分析顾客的报告。
顾客如遇到 Apple 产品相关问题，请访问 Apple Store 零售店或 Apple 授权服务提供商，或联系 Apple 技术支持寻求帮助。
A Message from Apple about iPhone and Unexpected Shutdowns
We work hard to offer our customers the best product, experience, and customer support. We believe this is why we have earned the highest customer satisfaction rating of any smartphone maker in China and around the world.
We take every customer concern very seriously, including the limited number of reports of unexpected shutdown with iPhones. We also want to thank the agencies for forwarding concerns to us and their engagement with us. Every time we encounter an issue, we investigate using a thorough process including analyzing these devices. We also look at diagnostic information from the broader set of customers who have opted in to our standard diagnostic data reporting. When we find something, we work to quickly provide our customers with a solution.
As a result of our investigation on this, we found that a small number of iPhone 6s devices made in September and October 2015 contained a battery component that was exposed to controlled ambient air longer than it should have been before being assembled into battery packs. Two weeks ago, we launched a worldwide program to replace affected batteries, free of charge. We again apologize for any customer inconvenience. It's important to note, this is not a safety issue.
A small number of customers outside of the affected range have also reported an unexpected shutdown. Some of these shutdowns can occur under normal conditions in order for the iPhone to protect its electronics. In an effort to gather more information, we are including additional diagnostic capability in an iOS software update which will be available next week. This will allow us to gather information over the coming weeks which may potentially help us improve the algorithms used to manage battery performance and shutdown. If such improvements can be made, they will be delivered in future software updates.
We care deeply about our customers and take seriously concerns they have about their Apple products. After hearing reports from iPhone customers whose devices unexpectedly shut down, we thoroughly looked into these reports, and collected and analyzed devices.
We found that a small number of iPhone 6s devices made in September and October 2015 contained a battery component that was exposed to controlled ambient air longer than it should have been before being assembled into battery packs. As a result, these batteries degrade faster than a normal battery and cause unexpected shutdowns to occur. It's important to note, this is not a safety issue.
To help our customers who are experiencing this issue, we are replacing batteries in affected devices, free of charge. iPhone 6s owners can easily find out if their device is eligible by typing in their device’s serial number on the iPhone 6s Program for Unexpected Shutdown Issues web page. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused customers.
We also want our customers to know that an iPhone is actually designed to shut down automatically under certain conditions, such as extremely cold temperature. To an iPhone user, some of those shutdowns might seem unexpected, but they are designed to protect the device’s electronics from low voltage.
We looked for any other factors that could cause an iPhone to shut down unexpectedly. After intensive investigations, no new factors have been identified. We will continue to monitor and analyze customer reports.
We encourage any customer who experiences an issue with an Apple product to visit an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider, or to contact Apple Support.