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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 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.

My Problem

I had very poor battery life and went to the "Genius" store who reset the phone but it didn't work. Ordered a replacement battery and when trying to install it, the first step in the instructions said to power down the phone - my phone would not power down-it just kept rebooting. A Google search said to clean the docking connector with alcohol, I did and phone is fixed. Crud in the connector can cause the CPU to never go into standby. Now I go 12 hours on 20% battery usage.

My Fix

Cleaned the docking connector and that fixed the phone. The replacement battery was not used and is still in the box. The key to the problem came from the iFixit instructions to power down the phone and it wouldn't power down. I am happy with iFixit but I didn't end up using their product.

My Advice

Under settings select General==>Usage==> scroll to the bottom and look at Standby and Usage times and if they are the same - clean the connector. Your battery might be OK and changing the battery with a new one will still be a problem if the CPU won't go into Standby

My Problem

Dead battery

My Fix

Went very smoothly. Didn't take long, about 20-30 minutes

My Advice

The ground clip cane right out when I undid the screw holding it. I used the plastic tool, not my fingers, to maneuver it back into place. iPhone 4S works like a charm. Thanks folks!

My Problem

iPhone was dying randomly, sometimes w/ 35% to 40% battery life left. Very Frustrating. Apple checked, said Battery was going.

My Fix

no problem. Piece of cake. Seems to have resolved the random iPhone dying issue.

My Advice

nope....