iPhone 6/6s/7 Battery Adhesive Strips

iPhone 6/6s/7 Battery Adhesive Strips

$3.99

$3.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

  • Replace the stretch release adhesive strips that hold the battery to the rear case. Removal or replacement of the battery will require installing new adhesive strips. The strips can only be installed and stretched to release once.
  • Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly from photo.

Compatibility

iPhone 6
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB
iPhone 6s
A1633 US AT&T Locked or SIM Free
A1688 US Sprint/Verizon and Global
A1700 Mainland China
iPhone 7
A1660 Verizon/Sprint/China
A1778 AT&T/T-Mobile/Global
A1779 Japan
A1780 China Mobile

Repair Stories

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My Problem

After Apple "offered" to fix my charging problem for $250, I ordered the iFixit kit for about $22.00.

My Fix

Going slowly and deliberately, I followed the online guide. I opened the case, removed and staged the parts in the tool tray, and disassembled everything I needed. Then after replacing the charging . . .

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My Problem

Phone would not turn on with power attached. After 10 minutes back of phone was still cool. Customer stated this took place after a digitizer replacement done not by our store.

My Fix

Replacement went went fine. Only issue was the old adhesive under the battery ripped and was difficult to get off. I was abl . . .

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My Problem

The battery went from 70%-0% in about 15 minutes.

My Fix

This is a semi-routine repair for me. It’s very straight forward, nothing confusing about it, just the adhesive strips are very annoying. Honestly a setback in repairability. They are the sole reason this went from a easy to a moderate. I hate them. . . .

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My Problem

The mobile phone could not run for more than 10 min without charging. The old battery could no longer be used.

My Fix

The instruction is really detailed, and the tool box bought from iFixit was also wonderful. I went smoothly with the repair and succeeded. Only had some trouble while removing the sticker fr . . .

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My Problem

when I set battery into the base it stuck in a position that did not allow it to sit flat on bottom. I had to redo with second adhesive. also messed that up and reorder a new adhesive strip.

My Fix

very easy repair

My Advice

I think it would be helpful if you reiterated the fact that the battery must absolutely be pla . . .

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My Problem

The existing battery on my phone was swelling. I thought that it would be a good idea to replace it with a new one.

My Fix

Opening up and disconnects went fine. However, when I tried to remove the adhesive strips, they broke. I had to use a heating pad (did not have an iOpener) to attempt to soften and r . . .

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My Problem

My iPhone's screen was cracked and the battery was draining faster than normal, for some reason. So I decided to do both since I had the device open.

My Fix

The repair went great! Super easy. I had to wait a little for the strips because of some issue with USPS but once they got here it was awesome!

My Advice

When tak . . .

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My Problem

The battery was lasting a few hours.

My Fix

It was pretty smooth.

My Advice

When taking out battery adhesive strips make sure you pull them fully.

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My Problem

changing new batery

My Fix

guide on website not complete. i bought 2 adhesive for iphone 6 and i have lost 1 because i don't know how to peel the adhesive and put on the batery.

My Advice

For batery adhesive guide should show step by step how to peel the adhesive and show how to place it on the batery.

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My Problem

My iPhone 6 was over a year old with about 500 cycles on the battery and it didn't hold as long as charge as it used to plus the phone would give an inaccurate percentage reading and shut off at random low percentages.

My Fix

The repair was quite simple and took me about 20 minutes.

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