iPhone 6s Replacement Battery

iPhone 6s Replacement Battery

$26.95

$26.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

This iPhone 6s Replacement Battery is what you need to bring that dead iPhone back to life. Grab the Fix Kit for everything you need to do the swap—or choose the part-only option if you have all the tools and adhesive needed.

  • For optimal performance, calibrate your newly installed battery by draining the battery below 10%, then giving it a full charge to 100%.

Fix Kit Contents:

  • New iPhone 6s Battery
  • Kit Bit Driver
  • iFixit 4 mm Screwdriver Bit Pentalobe P2
  • iFixit 4 mm Screwdriver Bit Phillips #000
  • iFixit 4 mm Screwdriver Bit Tri-point Y000
  • Spudger
  • Suction Handle
  • Tweezers / Angled / Pro / ESD
  • iFixit Opening Tool
  • iPhone 6s Battery Adhesive Strips
  • iPhone 5/5s/6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus Liberation Kit

Optional Additional Tools:

  • iOpener
  • Plastic Card

Not sure if this is the right kit? Identify your iPhone before you buy.

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Compatibility

iPhone 6s
A1633 US AT&T Locked or SIM Free
A1688 US Sprint/Verizon and Global
A1700 Mainland China

Repair Stories

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My Problem

My phone would go down to 20% battery too quickly.

My Fix

The repair went okay, once i got the screen up. The tools that came with the battery were very helpful.

My Advice

One piece of advice: after heating the back of the phone to loosen the glue strips that hold the battery in, I took the pry tool and started liftin . . .

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My Problem

My battery started showing signs of wear. It wouldn't keep a charge very long. I've had it for a year and I would leave it plugged up to charge over night. That is what probably ruined it.

My Fix

It went great other than the adhesive on the back of the battery broke before I could pull it all out. I had a r . . .

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My Problem

What's sad is that my 6S was part of the recall and Apple just argued and kept making excuses until I just hung up and bought it from iFixit. I'd rather pay this company than bicker with Apple.

My Fix

The repair went great. The only slight issue I had was dealing with the adhesive when closing the screen.

My Advice

I . . .

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My Problem

I been phone-less for about 4 months and I was thinking I had to get a whole new phone until I thought of just replacing the battery but didn't know where to find one! And I ran across this site! At first my phone would die at 50% and wouldn't turn back on. But when it did! I had to keep it on the c . . .

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My Problem

Defective battery

My Fix

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.

My Advice

Take your time, it's easier to gradually separate the adhesive and that allows you to preserve . . .

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My Problem

My wife's phone had a defective battery. Her phone would shut off anytime the battery life fell below 30 percent, sometimes higher.

My Fix

The repair went really well! I was able to easily follow the directions on the website and the tools were great!

My Advice

Take your time when opening up your phone. There is a sma . . .

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My Problem

iPhone 6s has a defective battery which caused it to crash at 30-60% battery life. Usually at the most inopportune moments.

My Fix

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 . . .

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My Problem

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.

My Fix

I ordered a new battery repl . . .

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My Problem

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 . . .

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