battery only lasted a couple of hours
went fine. No problems
take time and remember which size screws go where
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I burned out my IPhone 6S battery from months of heavy use charging and discharging my battery playing PokemonGo. The battery just didn't hold much of a charge anymore.
The repair was easy I just followed the tutorial and had it done quicker than I thought it would take.
It was pretty great to have . . .
The battery life was getting to the point where the charge didn't last a full day.
Everything went according to your directions. My adhesive strips broke and I had to use a hair dryer to get the battery out. Not a big problem. I would have been done in about 45 minutes if I didn't drop a microscopic . . .
So my 6S is actually one of those that could have received a free replacement from Apple had i just taken it to the store. My issue with this though is that the current iOS is not jailbreakable and it was more worth it to me to use a crap battery on a jailbroken iDevice that stock iOS, straight up . . .
My wife's phone had a defective battery. Her phone would shut off anytime the battery life fell below 30 percent, sometimes higher.
The repair went really well! I was able to easily follow the directions on the website and the tools were great!
Take your time when opening up your phone. There is a sma . . .
iPhone 6s has a defective battery which caused it to crash at 30-60% battery life. Usually at the most inopportune moments.
That front screen is tough to remove, It's tough! I eventually figured out that I can wedge an Exacto blade into the lower left corner to pry open enough space to jam the spludg . . .
We have an iPhone 6s that just passed the 1-year warranty mark, completely died and could not get it to come back to life. I tried all of the trouble shooting tips I found online and then attempted Apple support. Apple wanted to charge me over $300 to fix or replace it.
I ordered a new battery repl . . .
Straightforward. Realizing that there was adhesive holding the screen to the body I took my time with at and maintained constant force until I could get the spudger to separate the screen.
Take your time, it's easier to gradually separate the adhesive and that allows you to preserve . . .