When to change your iPhone’s battery

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How to replace the battery

If your peak performance is at less than 80%, there are three ways to replace the battery:

  • You can mail your iPhone to Apple. If you choose this option, there will be a shipping cost (in the USA, it is $6.95) regardless of warranty status. Apple usually ships back your device within 3 to 5 days.
  • Make an appointment and take it to an Apple Store. They will probably replace it while you are there. It is usually a quick process.
  • If you do not want to mail it or if there isn’t an Apple Store around, the third option is to take it to an Apple authorized service location. You can ask Apple about the store nearest you.

Signs of Battery Replacement Need

There are a few telltale signs your iPhone battery may be wearing down and requires replacement:

  • Unexpected shutdowns: Your phone may unexpectedly shut down, even when it seems like there’s plenty of battery life remaining.
  • Slow charging: It takes longer than usual to charge your iPhone, or the battery drains quickly after being charged.
  • Dim screen: The display on your iPhone is dimmer than usual, even when the brightness is turned all the way up.
  • Works only when plugged in: If your phone only works when it’s plugged in and won’t hold a charge, this is a sign the battery needs to be replaced.

Fast Battery Drain

Besides the battery size, a draining battery scares most iPhone users. The battery ions can’t hold more power because they are weak.

Each iPhone has a time that it can last regardless of how you use it. If it’s iPhone 6 and above, it should hold power for 6 to 8 hours after a full charge.

Tips to Extend Your iPhone’s Battery Lifespan

  • Keep your device up-to-date to enjoy the latest battery-focused software improvements.
  • Don’t use your device in extreme temperatures. And if you really have to, don’t expose it to extreme temperatures for too long or too often.
  • Remove the case while charging. Take out the case if you’re using the device in a hot environment to prevent the battery from overheating.
  • Don’t use third-party cables and chargers to charge your iPhone. Go full Apple.

While your iPhone’s battery starts degrading visibly after reaching 80 percent of battery health, it doesn’t necessarily mean you should get a new one. If the device still holds a sufficient charge to power you through the day, keep using the same battery. Replace it when you notice major performance issues or the device becomes unusable.

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