iPhone 6s Replacement Battery

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iPhone 6s Replacement Battery

Note: Lithium ion battery shipping regulations limit the shipping methods for orders containing batteries. Domestic orders may only be shipped via Standard shipping. iFixit is not able to ship batteries internationally or outside the contiguous US at this time. iFixit Customer Support will contact you if your order needs to be modified after it is placed.

$29.99

$29.99

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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.

  • This battery is brand new! Each one has been tested to confirm that there are no cycles on the cell and that the capacity is 95% or higher.
  • 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:

Optional Additional Tools:

Note: Lithium ion battery shipping regulations limit the shipping methods for orders containing batteries. Domestic orders may only be shipped via Standard shipping. iFixit is not able to ship batteries internationally or outside the contiguous US at this time. iFixit Customer Support will contact you if your order needs to be modified after it is placed.

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Install Video

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

After 2 years of use, battery was at 540 cycles and capacity was at 63%

My Fix

Everything went down without a hitch until I had to remove the original battery. I got the first adhesive strip out fine, but tore the second one, so I had to dig around with a credit card until I could sever it.

My Advice

Read through the . . .

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My Problem

The reason why I decided to fix my battery is because it would start dying around 30% and my phone would not hold it's charge that well anymore.

My Fix

The repair went well, i've fixed my old iPhones in the past before and the process of fixing my iPhone 6s was similar.

My Advice

For first time users who want to fix t . . .

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My Problem

Battery was dying pretty quickly

My Fix

Pretty well, the phone works now, although battery improvement isn't as mind-blowing as expected.

My Advice

The guide could be more helpful:

1) In the suction cup remove adhesive part, the guide should be more clear about having patience and taking a very long time (for me, an . . .

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My Problem

The battery in my iPhone 6 wouldn't hold a charge and then started to not even take a charge...so, I decided to change the battery to correct the problem.

My Fix

The repair was relatively easy. I used the warming pad from a previous iPad repair kit to warm up the bottom of the phone to help release the adh . . .

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My Problem

The iPhone battery wouldn’t last throughout the duration of the day.

My Fix

This repair isn’t too difficult. I feel that the hardest part about the whole thing would be separating the screen from the case. On prior models, the iPhone hasn’t had adhesive around the screen. There were several times wher . . .

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My Problem

Battery would not hold a charge for more than a couple of hours

My Fix

Straight forward.

My Advice

Read the directions once. Watch the video. Start. The hardest part is getting the suction cup to seal. Slow steady pressure does the job.

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My Problem

My original battery was no longer holding a charge.

My Fix

I filled the step-by-step instructions provided at the ifixit website and the repair went very smoothly.

My Advice

Be sure to keep the tiny screws laid out in the configuration that they are in the phone. It makes it a lot easier to reassemble.

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My Problem

The battery was going bad. It would last 2-4 hours and jump all over. It would shut down with 25% left. The phone was unreliable and I tried many fixes, nothing working

My Fix

Great. It took patience and a little bravery. The tools were great. The hardest part was removing the adhesive from the old battery . . .

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My Problem

My battery would completely drain at 30%.

My Fix

The repair went very smoothly. I followed everyone's advice and took my time. The only hiccup I had was removing the battery adhesive strips. However, a little heat from the hair dryer and an old gift card made short work of the situation.

My Advice

When removing the ti . . .

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My Problem

My son decided to go swimming in the pool for 5 minutes and the phone was dead. iFixit suggested cleaning with isopropyl alcohol and replacing the battery.

My Fix

Cleaning went well. Opened the phone saw a few drops on the battery. Be careful opening the screen after removing the 2 screws near the jack, . . .

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