Owners of affected eligible devices can gain access to free servicing by visiting the Contact Apple Support page and clicking through the options for "Apple Watch" "Battery, Power, and Charging" "Bring in for Repair" in order to book an appointment for an assessment. The new service program began yesterday, according to a leaked internal document...
If you're wondering what models are regarded as eligible devices, you should note it down that the Apple Watch Series 2 in 42mm size which can be the Sports, Nike+, Hermes or even the Apple Watch Edition variant.
This do not include the 38mm units or any other Apple Watch models, although Apple instituted a similar plan for original versions. If your device falls into a certain category after a physical device assessment, Apple will fix the device for free. Warranty status does not matter for this issue.
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The reasons behind Apple Watch Series 2 not turning on for some users is unclear at this point and the memo does not shed enough light on it as well.
The first-generation Apple Watch (Series o) seemingly suffered from the same problem, with Apple implementing a similar 3-year fix program for affected users. If you own one and think the battery is defective, head over to Apple's Support page to schedule a fix.
This is a bit different than the temporarily discounted battery replacement program that Apple put into effect for some of its iPhone devices. Thus far, there haven't been any reports of the Apple Watch Series 3 suffering from expanded battery issues, though it could still be too early to tell as such problems generally take sometime to manifest. While custom watch faces seems like a no-brainer feature, users have been limited to making small adjustments to Apple's default faces. Let us know down in the comments!