The company disclosed the price rise on its support page for the battery replacement service for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.   If you have an iPhone 12 and need a battery replacement beyond its warranty period, Apple currently charges a $69 fee for the replacement. From March 1, this service fee will rise by $20 for all iPhone models except the iPhone 14, which already has a replacement fee of $99. The price rise was spotted by 9to5Mac.  The cost of replacing an iPad battery will rise by $20 for certain models, also beginning March 1. The price rise applies to the iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation and prior), iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation and prior), iPad Pro 10.5-inch, iPad Pro 9.7-inch, iPad mini (6th generation and prior), and iPad Air (5th generation and prior). Also: iPadOS 16.2 brings new features to Stage Manager, including external monitor support – here’s how it all works A battery replacement for the iPad Pro 12.9-inch 5th generation currently costs $99. The price rise doesn’t apply to the iPad Pro 12.9-inch 6th generation, for which battery replacement costs $179. The iPad 10th generation battery replacement, which is not affected, costs $119.  The price of battery replacements for all MacBook Air models will rise by $30 from March 1, while the price for all MacBook and MacBook Pro models will rise by $50 from that date. Currently, the battery replacement for all MacBook Airs up to the latest 2022 M2 model is $129. The cost of battery replacement for the MacBook Pro M2 2022 model is $199.