CUPERTINO (CBS) –  Some iPhone 8’s are being recalled due to a manufacturing defect.

Apple issued the recall at the end of August saying affected devices may experience restarts, a frozen screen, or won’t turn on.

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The company will repair eligible devices free of charge.

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To find out if your phone qualifies click here.

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The program does not affect iPhone 8 Plus models.