Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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How to charge the battery with a dc power supply?

how can i charge the iPhone 6 battery using a dc power supply?

if it's possible then what pins do i connect the wires to and what volt/amps to set?

and also is it possible to connect the iPhone to the dc power supply directly? and if so what pins do i connect the wires to and what volt/amps to set?

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Nadav, not quite sure why you would even try to attempt this. It could be somewhat disastrous to your battery or even your phone, since I am not sure how you want to do this. Anyhow, you will have to place + from the charger to + on the battery, as well as - to - .Your battery is a 3.8V so anything between 4V to 5V and~1A will work. Watch for over charging since you are taking the battery out of a safe circuitry. This image

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from polarity battery iPhone 6 shows the polarity on the logic board connector. Now you just have to mirror it for your battery connector. Again, not sure why you are planning this and I'd think twice about it:-)

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thanks oldturkey03. i was inpatient to wait for an answer so i already went ahead and charged the battery with 4.2V and 1.2A and it worked perfectly so your answer is very correct.

i also want to mention to whoever is going to try this to stop charging once the amps go down to 10% of the battery capacity to avoid over charging. if its just to get the battery to work its enough to charge it until the volts reach 4.2V and the power supply kicks into constant voltage state (C.V)

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recalls that the charger that cell are typically brings direct current (the receive AC and converts it to DC) then any cell phone charger so you can charge, then here should see the amp, usually the cases are to charge 1 or 1.5 amp, it is best not to pass these amp so that the battery is not damaged !!

I hope I have helped you, greetings!

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thanks for the replay Jelmsfix but i didn't understand you. i got the amp part but where should i put the positive and negative and what voltage to set?

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Easy boy!! always those cables comes wiht a diference, the positive is red an negative is black or wharever diferent color, what color do you have?

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yes i know about the colors. i'm asking where should i put the positive and negative on the battery connector. and what voltage to set?

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Might I please upload an image of your connector?

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apple‘s charger output is 5V 1A, so you can set the output dc for the 5V1A,and then charge the iphone。

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5V could be dangerous when connecting the battery to the dcps directly. going through the board the volts reach about 4.2V when they come in contact with the battery. so its best to set the voltage to 4.2V. amperage can be between 1A~1.5A

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