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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Can you harm battery by pressing down too much?

I changed my daughter’s iphone 6 battery yesterday with IBestWin replacement battery. Since I messed up the sticky tabs, I used double-sided tape. However, since I had forgotten to press down on the battery, I re-opened it, and pushed down on the battery with my finger. Have a nagging question, could I have pushed down too hard in my zeal? Could the battery be compromised? It did appear a little bowed in but otherwise intact and working. I had applied more than a gentle pressure. Thanks!

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You should be fine, usually when you use sharp objects, it starts to get a little sketchy. But if you just pressed down with your fingers, you are fine and don’t need to worry about anything. The only factors that can harm a battery if pushed down with fingers are, pressing on the battery while having a bent housing (needs to be pretty bent to hurt the battery), pressing down on the cable that runs from the battery to the logic board or pressing really hard on corners of the battery. Overall it sounds like you are ok and don’t need to worry.

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Thank you! Anal-me emerges from time to time.

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