Apple clearly announced the launch of a free iPhone 8 repair program this afternoon, revealing that a "very small percentage" of devices needed replacement logic boards due to a production failure. The logic board is essentially the most important printed circuit board of a data processing device, which contains CPU, device memory and other integrated components. Apple says the error logic panels may have caused random restart, screen freezes and malfunctioning projects that prevent iPhone 8 from being properly switched.
The error does not affect iPhone X or iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple states that the affected devices only contain those sold between September 201
Those affected have three options: to go through a third-party specialist authorized by Apple; contact Apple Support for repair by email; or deal with an Apple Store to get rid of the device. Apple recommends that you back up your iPhone 8 with iCloud or iTunes before getting it repaired and the company also recommends getting hardware issues, such as a broken or cracked screen, repaired before you replace the logic card.