iPhone Battery Replacement Sydney
Fast, cost effective iPhone battery replacement services with 50% discount on your iPhone battery repair with any other service.
When your iPhone starts to experience power issues, one of the main causes is a problem with the lithium ion battery. Thankfully, faulty batteries can easily be replaced for all iPhone models and normally takes only 15 minutes to install at our Sydney CBD and Bondi Junction stores.
iPhone Battery Replacement Pricing
Half price with any other iPhone repair
|iPhone Battery Repair||Repair Price||Repair Time|
|iPhone XR||$130||30 mins|
|iPhone XS Max||$130||30 mis|
|iPhone XS||$130||30 mis|
|iPhone X||$130||30 mins|
|iPhone 8 Plus||$100||30 mins|
|iPhone 8||$100||30 mins|
|iPhone 7 Plus||$90||30 mins|
|iPhone 7||$90||30 mins|
|iPhone 6s Plus||$90||5-10 mins|
|iPhone 6s||$80||5-10 mins|
|iPhone 6 Plus||$80||5-10 mins|
|iPhone 6||$80||5-10 mins|
|iPhone 5/5s/5c||$70||5-10 mins|
|iPhone 4/4s||$50||5-10 mins|
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Apple Lithium-Ion battery Installation
When your iPhone begins to experience power related issues in almost all circumstances installing a new battery will resolve the issue. Your iPhone is powered with lithium-ion that has fast charging capabilities, lasts longer, has a higher power density and is super lightweight compared to older power sources. They are designed to quickly charge up to 80% of it’s full capacity and then restricts the charge speed accordingly.
Increasing iPhone Battery Longevity
Overcharging your device and using aftermarket accessories, especially overseas travel adapters are the most common cause of iPhone battery problems. Aside from using official, certified, original power accessories, there are other things you can do to prolong your battery life after it’s replacement.
How to get the most from your iPhone battery
Simple, D.I.Y techniques to extend your battery life
Here are some things you can do to prevent damage to your battery and extend it’s life.
Do not leave your phone on charge all night!
Unless your phone independently powers itself off when fully charged (most don’t) then over charging your iPhone for extended periods of time is something we would highly recommend avoiding.
Don’t use a dodgy charger
Using any kind of aftermarket, uncertified, unbranded or cheap charger to power your device will usually result in some kind of issue with the power and battery performance. Sketchy power banks, adapters and aftermarket charging accessories definitely one of the main causes of all power issues across devices and models.
Update your software?
Yes, “according to Apple”, updating your device to the latest version of iOS, will in turn, install “energy-saving” technologies to free up more power. But be warned, software updates have also been linked to being the direct cause of battery issues. In our experience, if you can avoid updating your software then this would be advisable as there are much better solutions to extending your battery life.
Keep it out of the heat!
Apparently, 16° to 22° C (62° to 72° F) as the ideal comfort zone for your battery to stay happy. Anything over 35° C (95° F) can permanently damage the battery.
Don’t charge your phone in cases with magnets or metal
Many phone cases are now designed with the integration of magnets and metals. They are used as seals for wallet cases, reinforced protection and to attach the device to various mounts and stands. When charging the iPhone with this type of case still attached it can create excess heat pushing the temperature range out of the battery’s comfort zone.
Optimise your settings to boost performance
By simply dimming the brightness of your screen and turning your wi-fi on can save you significant battery life. You can just manually turn the brightness down or set it to “auto brightness”. As wifi uses less power than a mobile network connection it can be advantageous to use your wi-fi feature as much as possible to maintain your battery health.
How Your iPhone Battery Is Replaced
For the older models, like the iPhone 4 and 4s, the back glass is removed and the battery is installed from the rear of the device. For later models, iPhone 5, iPhone, 6 & iPhone 7 series, the screen needs to be removed and the battery is installed form the front of the device. If your iPhone has no power, the new battery and be installed externally and tested before removing your existing battery, this is to rule out the possibility of any other issues that could be causing the power loss. After the battery has been successfully replaced and tested, ensure to double check charging accessories, discard and damaged or fake copies and follow the simple steps highlighted above to enjoy a longer battery life.