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Hey! recently my iphone is overheating and drains out of battery.

I thought that the battery is broken so I bought a new one and replaced it , at first it was ok but after 2 hours it happened again (overheating and drains out the battery) I really dont know what to do.

by the way when I took out the battery i noticed a little weird black piece connected to the battery connector with the same screw!

can u help me???

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The little black piece is the antenna wire cap cover. It goes at the top battery screw, under the battery snap down connector. It is not causing the problem the iPhone is having.


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What you have done is pulled out the battery connector when you removed the battery. Many people do this.

What you need to do is find a company that can resolder the battery connector back to the motherboard. We do this repair all of the time. Hopefully you have not lifted any of the solder pads from the motherboard.


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Hey Rick, from what you saying that the reason for causing my problem?


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