iPhone 6 Plus Replacement Battery

$39.95

Product code: IF269-002
Apple Part #: 616-0770, 616-0772, 616-0765, 616-0802

 

iPhone 6 Plus Replacement Battery

$39.95

Product code: IF269-002
Apple Part #: 616-0770, 616-0772, 616-0765, 616-0802

Product Overview

Everything you need to give your iPhone 6 Plus new life!

  • Replace that old, dead or dying battery with a brand new one!
  • For optimal performance, calibrate your newly installed battery: Drain battery below 10%, then charge uninterrupted to 100%.
  • The Fix Kit includes some of the tools you need to change your iPhone 6 Plus battery.
  • If you do not need the tools, select the Part Only option below. Note that the Part Only option does not come with the Battery Adhesive Strips.
  • Does not work in iPhone 6

Fix Kit Contents:

Additional Tools Required:

Compatibility

  • All iPhone 6 Plus (Not iPhone 6, 6s, 6s Plus)

Product Details

  • Voltage (V): 3.82
  • Watt Hours (Wh): 11.1
  • Capacity (mAh): 2915

$39.95 Fix Kit

 
 

Condition:

New

$34.95 Part Only

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools or the Battery Adhesive Strips.

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Compatibility

iPhone 6 Plus
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

iPhone 6 Plus wouldn't hold a charge

My Fix

Followed the step by step battery replacement guide. Perfect instructions, replaced the battery and iPhone is as good as new! Couldn't be happier - you folks rock! Thank you!

My Advice

Screws inside are super tiny! Need good light and young eyes (my son was able to help me out here) lol

My Problem

iPhone 6 Plus wouldn't hold a charge

My Fix

Followed the step by step battery replacement guide. Perfect instructions, replaced the battery and iPhone is as good as new! Couldn't be happier - you folks rock! Thank you!

My Advice

Screws inside are super tiny! Need good light and young eyes (my son was able to help me out here) lol

My Problem

8 month old IPhone 6 plus, battery won't hold a charge anymore. From 100% it typically dies within 2 hrs on standby and in about 30min of actual use. Took it to the Apple Store, they refuse to replace the battery under warranty dispite it only being 8months old. They tell me battery is fine and passes all their tests. According to them is has approx 400 cycles on it. Called around to all the local repair shops, no one will replace an iPhone 6/6plus battery, no one even stocks one yet. A few places are willing to replace if I provide the battery. WTF, if I'm going to have to go to the trouble of ordering one on my own ill just replace it myself.

My Fix

Everything went smooth until the battery adhesive straps. First one peeled out no prob. I got cocky and the other two promptly tore. Spent the next 45m swearing and cursing Steve Jobs while digging away at the battery with the supplied plastic cards. Eventually the battery came free, swapped the new one in and sucess, I have a functional iPhone again. Despite Apple's claims otherwise, the OEM battery was pooched, the replacement fixed all my problems and battery life is stellar now. I can use the phone all day no problem.

My Advice

Take your time pulling those adhesive tabs.

My Problem

So I dropped my iPhone into a swimming pool while at a party. It was only in the pool for around 5-8 seconds. I did everything they say not to do. Kept using it till it dies, tried plugging it in, and kept trying to turn it on despite knowing better. Dumb right? Well I decided to let it dry out for a week and see if it worked. After a week when I plugged it in, it just flashed the apple symbol over and over again. I did some research and even though I didn't get a definite answer, I decided that I'd try a new battery. What the heck right? It's just 30 bucks in chance that it would save me 800.

My Fix

The repair went really well, it was super easy (for me anyway) and only took about 30 minutes. The hardest part was getting the old battery out and getting the new adhesive in straight. But after I got it all installed, but the screen back on, I held the power button in doubt and BAM! It turned on. And to my amazement it was FULLY functional. All buttons worked, screen is perfect, sound works perfect, calls, texts, Bluetooth, wifi everything! Guess I got lucky.

My Advice

All I have to say that even if your iPhone takes a swim. After it dries out, if it still shows sputters of life, DONT THROW IT AWAY. It has a real possibility of being fixed!

My Problem

iPhone 6 Plus wouldn't hold a charge

My Fix

Followed the step by step battery replacement guide. Perfect instructions, replaced the battery and iPhone is as good as new! Couldn't be happier - you folks rock! Thank you!

My Advice

Screws inside are super tiny! Need good light and young eyes (my son was able to help me out here) lol

My Problem

I charge my iphone 6 nightly on my nightstand. I must have knocked it off one too many times, while plugged in, because it stopped charging unless I held the lightning cable in place. Hardly a viable option.

Meanwhile, my phone runs out of battery every day while I'm at work, despite charging it every night, so I figured I'd try a new battery.

I decided to fix it myself because I absolutely hate how the Apple Store treats their users as technically incompetent. I was soldering 8086 motherboards before most of their so-called geniuses were born, and fixing minor hardware issues with my iphones/ipods/macs gives me a great feeling of satisfaction. Thank you to ifixit for enabling me to do so.

My Fix

The repair instructions were clear. Frankly, I've bought parts for iphone repairs elsewhere in the past, but I have always found the ifixit instructions the easiest to follow. So I felt obligated to buy the parts through them this time, to reward them for making the best instructions I can find for DIY iphone repairs. It only cost me a couple bucks extra, and I feel better about myself.

It took me about 45 minutes to replace my lightning jack and the battery: I've replaced the battery once before, so I had passing familiarity with opening the phone up. I love the color coding of screws in their instructions. That lets me group the darn things together on my workbench as I disassemble, making reassembly go as smoothly as possible.

My Advice

The lightning connection is 100% fixed, so I can charge my phone again. Yay! So the most critical problem is solved.

Unfortunately, the battery problem isn't really gone: my phone still runs short on battery every day while I'm at work. So it looks like the unacceptably short battery life on my stupid phone is courtesy of software upgrades from Apple over the past year. Humbug. I've been trying like mad to find the power bleed in iOS, but haven't found any magical cures (other than always keeping it in low battery mode, and only turning on wifi and bluetooth when I need them).

My Problem

My battery was not holding its charge.

My Fix

Replacement was made easy by following your online guide.

My Advice

Just follow the step by step illustrations and voila you'll be done in no time.

My Problem

Charge didn't last quite as long on my phone after 20 months or so.

My Fix

I had 3 kids running around me while I did the repair -- but managed to stay focused enough to get it done.

My Advice

The battery removal was the hardest part. Go slow on removing the tape.

The other tricky part was positioning the new tape onto the battery. Take time to inspect before peeling off. There aren't instructions for that anywhere.

My Problem

My battery wasn't good, it would shut off between 40% or 50%. Once it reach a low range.

My Fix

It took a while to get the old battery off, because I ripped the adhesive tape. Then after I replaced the old with the new one. My phone didn't turn on but I was still receiving notifications. So I went to an Apple Store and they told me, they can't help because I "tampered" with the phone already. And to replace my phone with a new one would be over $300. I happened to find a small store called talk n' fix, I payed $30 to get it fixed, and now it's working fine.

My Advice

I would advice anyone to take it a repair store for them to replace it, a professional, just so you don't go through the same problem as me. But if you can do it yourself, do it.

My Problem

My original battery was starting to lose its charge fairly quickly and as the charge dropped to around 20%, it would sometimes shut down with little notice. A battery health app showed its capacity from 83% to 60%, depending on the charge level and use on a given day.

My Fix

It was good...like others have said the screws were small but the included tools were slightly magnetized so that helped. Also, reinstalling the screen connectors took a bit as I wanted to make sure I heard them "click" into place. The worst part was the battery removal due to the three glue strips holding the original, which had become a bit brittle in the two years I owned the phone.

My Advice

If you have *any* issues removing the glue strips as per the instructions, get a hairdryer and heat the back of the phone for about 3-4 minutes...the battery will then be much easier to remove. I tried prying it out before using the hairdryer and it was not going to let loose.