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iPhone 4S Replacement Battery

$24.95

Product code: IF115-005
Apple Part #: 616-0580, 616-0579, 616-0581

Product Overview

Restore your iPhone's original battery life.

  • Battery life not what it used to be? Install a new battery in eight easy steps and breathe new life into your iPhone.
  • The Fix Kit option includes the battery and our popular Liberation Kit for FREE. Check out why you want to liberate your iPhone.
  • Brand new replacement part. You can also buy the battery with no tools by purchasing the Part Only option.

Fix Kit Contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • iPhone 4S

Product Details

  • Compatible APN: 616-0580, 616-0579, 616-0581
  • Voltage (V): 3.7
  • Watt Hours (Whr): 5.3
  • Capacity (mAh): 1430

$24.95 Fix Kit

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

Includes the part and all the tools needed to do the repair.

$24.95 Part Only

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

My wonderful significant other, who believes that cases take away from an iPhones good looks, dropped hers. Face Down. Onto tile. Shattered is an understatement.

Also, since I was opening it up, and we're going to give the phone to her son after she upgrades, I replaced the battery to increase longevity.

My Fix

I followed the manual, and went slowly. Not a single issue, and no left over parts! :)

My Advice

Easier than I expected, went very smoothly. Really need tweezers to do it effectively.

There are washers on the side screws. Your best bet is to put them into place on the side of the phone, and then install the screen. It's really hard to do it any other way. It wasn't in the document either...

My Problem

My iPhone battery was only lasting a half a day, even less it the cold. (And this was a bad, bad winter). Seemed silly to have to make an appointment and a trip to some Apple store to get the battery changed. Then I was like, "I know - iFixit". And so I did.

My Fix

So easy. And I was even slightly buzzed from an evening out. And it was 3am. I wasn't expecting the battery to have been glued in as much as it was, so it took some firm tugging to get it out.

My Advice

Order it. Order it and do it. You'll be so, so happy.

My Problem

The original issue was that my battery would die in about 3 hours tops.

My Fix

When I first changed the batteries out, the grounding clip came out and I replaced it the way I thought it went which was on TOP of the battery terminal. Put it back together, Turned the phone on and noticed that the battery percent was steadily dropping.... Like I could se it go from 66%...65%....64% almost instantly.. I imediately thought I got a defective battery but I Figured I should let it run through a few charges before I called and sent it back.

The whole weekend was te same thing so I did a little research about battery replacements and turned out that the grounding clip has a lot to do with battery life and reception..... Looked up some close up pictures and realized that I had replaced in the wrong position, it goes on the BOTTOM of the battery plug.

Took the phone apart again, replaced the clip in the correct positions and now my reception is way better and the battery seems to be doing better as well.

My Advice

although I'm still not seeing very dramatic changes in battery life. It does last a little longer but not much more than the 2.5 year old battery it replaced. Again. I'll probably keep it because I dont want to pay the restocking fees and such. But it is better than the old one. Just make sure the clip goes on the correct position, I know there are videos out there but I think a little schematic available for download would help as well.

My Problem

My very old iPhone 4S struggled to make it halfway through the day - without even using it.

It became pointless with iOS 7 installed. Battery life was on the order of 6 hours with minimal usage.

And, yes, I configured my phone to be as low power consuming as I could tolerate.

My Fix

New battery is cherry. Fit like a charm. Better assembled than the original.

I was done in 4 minutes, not exaggerating.

Now it runs all day and I come home with spare power.

My Advice

When you unscrew the battery connection there is a small bit of metal held down by the top screw (the one towards the top of the phone).

It will fall out of place when you remove the battery connection.

If you pay attention to its orientation before it moves you can save yourself a few moments of deciding how it goes back.

My Problem

My phone is over two years old and the battery life isn't what it used to be. I wanted to get the old battery life back so it was time to replace the battery.

My Fix

The repair was fine, the tools worked well and the directions were clear and easy to follow. However, there hasn't been a noticeable improvement in my battery life. Its only been a couple days, but I'm struggling to see a real difference.

My Advice

Don't hold the phone in your hand like the pictures show. Put it on a table. I lost the little black/gold metal piece when I pulled the battery away from the adhesive.