iPhone 4S Replacement Battery

$24.95

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

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iPhone 4S Replacement Battery

$24.95

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

Product Overview

This battery will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

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Restore your iPhone's original battery life.

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  • 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

Notes:

Includes the part and all the tools needed to do the repair. This battery will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

$24.95 Part Only

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This battery will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

 

Compatibility

iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

battery old

My Fix

didn't take long. The pictures didn't show the battery connector actually disconnected, so I got it mixed up with the little shielded connector up and to the left.

There was also a little part not in the picture, on the same place as the top left screw, a grounding tab to the back case.

My Advice

The battery connector is the big one, not the little one on the top left that it looks like they are prying off in the picture with the plastic tool.

My Problem

Battery life was awful

My Fix

Replaced the battery

My Advice

Make sure you get the grounding clip in right, other than that it is just a few screws. The whole thing only took about 5 minutes

My Problem

Wife's iPhone was slowly losing battery capacity. Quite often died when taking pictures at 35% charge.

My Fix

Went very well as instructions were quite adequate.

My Advice

Make sure you do things slowly and methodically on a white sheet (A4 sheet) background so all bits can be easily placed around work area.

My Problem

My phone could be 100% on charger and after a hour & 1/2 it was dead every day :(

My Fix

New battery ! With instructions and extra screws!! Easy replacement!! Works like when the phone was purchased!! So happy!!

My Advice

Don't buy those $9 ones I went through 3 and it did not work as soon as I inserted this one it was at 61% and worked awesome!!

My Problem

Battery life short.

My Fix

Fine

My Advice

Light,plenty of light,magnifying glass and patience.

My Problem

Battery sucked!

My Fix

Less than 10 minutes! Done.

My Advice

Watch the video. It's easy. Don't waste a hundred dollars else where.

My Problem

The iPhone would die with in a hour or less with a "100%" charge And got tired of charging it

My Fix

It went great took less than 5 mins, did it at the front desk at work

My Advice

Do your research before hand, I'm pretty good at fixing things

My Problem

My battery didn't kept charged and after a week it was totally dead.

My Fix

I looked at the guide, some pictures of it aren't clear really, but I got it through the help of responses. After 10 minutes got it fixed, I'm so happy.

My Advice

Screws are really small, so watch out not to lose them.

After exchange the battery - I had trouble with iMessage, but I figure it out.

So I'm very happy with the result. Thank you iFixit !

My Problem

My battery didn't kept charged and after a week it was totally dead.

My Fix

I looked at the guide, some pictures of it aren't clear really, but I got it through the help of responses. After 10 minutes got it fixed, I'm so happy.

My Advice

Screws are really small, so watch out not to lose them.

After exchange the battery - I had trouble with iMessage, but I figure it out.

So I'm very happy with the result. Thank you iFixit !

My Problem

Our kayak guide kindly offered to take a photo of my wife and I using my wife's iPhone 4s, after which the guide promptly dropped the phone into the ocean. Luckily we were floating over a tidal flat and after about 45 mins of searching and creating a makeshift buoy out of a rock, a water bottle, and some rope we were able to find the phone, mark its location, and go diving for it. Good thing the little silver apple was facing upwards and reflecting the light.

The phone was STILL ON, but acting very wonky (the camera flash was perpetually on, the phone wouldn't unlock). We carefully placed the phone in a bag of rice inside the fridge (so it wouldn't overheat as the light was really starting to warm it up). The phone eventually died and wouldn't respond when plugged in, but we did manage to dry it out enough over the course of a week and prevent too much corrosion. We figured the phone was a lost cause, but there were 1700 photos (not backed up!) still on the logic board, so I had to at least try to recover them.

My Fix

The battery was easy to replace using the guide. I ended up also using the logic board guide (iPhone 4s) to pull the whole phone apart and clean it up with some rubbing alcohol to remove as much of the salt water corrosion as possible.

After replacing the battery the phone still wouldn't respond when plugged in (it would appear to charge, but wasn't recognized by the computer/itunes (due to some serious corrosion on the connector bus to the logic board)). However, I was able to get the wifi working long enough to install Dropbox and upload all of the photos to my account (and then back them up again to an external hard drive!).

In the end, the phone is a write-off, but the photos have been saved!

My Advice

If you drop your phone in the ocean, even for as long as 45mins, there is apparently still a chance you can recover your files and photos. It's likely you'll need a new battery, but if you use the very thorough iFixit guides you can clean up the whole phone and give recovery a shot. It's certainly cheaper than a recovery service.

And don't forget - back up your files!