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According to my information your one-year warranty for iPhone includes replacement coverage for a defective battery. First check it whether your iPhone is within warranty or not. If it is out of warranty, Apple offers a Battery replacement for iPhone, subject to local tax. For the products like built-in batteries, only Apple should replace the batteries or an Apple authorized service provider. Apple and its authorized service providers will ensure the spent battery is recycled properly, since batteries should always be recycled or disposed separately from household waste.