Apple Pretended to Change My iPhone Battery, and Still Charged Me for It. Need Advice (Proof Included)
I have gotten my iPhone 6s+ battery replaced by Apple twice at an Apple Store, and I believe they have failed to replace it on the second repair date. I also would not be surprised if they failed to replace it on the first as well.
I first had the battery replaced on [November 23, 2016](https://imgur.com/2UUtih8) for free due to the iphone shutdown fiasco. Back then, iOS didn’t show you your battery health so I assumed it was replaced.
A week and a half ago I got it replaced again [(August 11, 2018)](https://imgur.com/OMp2Qr1) to take advantage of the $29 battery change. They came out with a battery in a new box (the date on the battery box was 8/9/18). After the repair, I found it odd that the [maximum capacity of the battery didn’t change (it was 84% before and after the repair)](https://imgur.com/WY4ujKw), even after a few days.
Today I went to a local Apple repair store (not an Apple store) and I had them check out the battery for me, since I thought something was up. [Lo and behold, my iPhone’s battery has 434 cycles on it](https://i.imgur.com/0x3Ln58.png). Obviously, I cannot put 434 cycles on a phone in 12 days, so it is evident that the repair on August 11th was not done and yet Apple still took my money.
Where should I go from here? I absolutely want to get my money back because this is absolutely ridiculous. Please help!
EDIT: Called Apple, they’ll replace the battery again for free.