iPhone Battery Replacement Singapore

All about iPhone battery replacement Singapore, common problems and maintenance.

The iPhone battery is arguably one of the most important parts of the phone. Without it a phone is completely useless; with a bad or worn out battery, the phone could die at a critical moment. Its will completely turn off without you noticing it. here we will discuss about the iPhone battery replacement Singapore.

Batteries are measured in mAh, or milliampere hours. The iPhone 6 battery straight from the factory is, for example, a lithium-ion polymer 1810 mAh battery; this translates to roughly eight hours while actively using the phone at a moderate to low level. Certain functions require more energy than others. To preserve more battery you can switch on the low battery saver which Apple had create in the setting or set your brightness to the lowest to save more battery.

With every new iPhone release, battery capacity also increase; iPhone 7 Plus comes with the largest battery capacity to date at 2900mAh.

In all types of technology, batteries well beyond the expected voltage usage are installed for one simple reason – higher voltage capacity batteries will last longer when being used by lower voltage devices. This is the case with the iPhone, but of course activities like using WiFi or bluetooth accessories will increase the voltage.

About battery lifespan

When discussing rechargeable batteries, it is important to note the difference between its charge and its lifespan. The charge is, of course, the amount of time the phone will remain operational after fully charging the battery. The lifespan is how long the battery can be used before it has deteriorated too far.

iPhone 5s battery replacement usually occurs after a year and a half (eighteen months) of use. This is assuming that the user cycles the battery once every day. A cycle is defined as fully charging the battery and then fully depleting the battery.

Towards the end of a battery’s lifespan, it will begin to lose charge faster and faster. This is because chemically it can no longer support its maximum voltage for the same period of time. As the phone ages it may report that it has 10% to 20% less charge than it actually does, resulting in unexpected shutdowns.

Common iPhone battery problems: Symptoms of a dying battery

  • Fast drain rate – if your battery is going from 100% to dead in under an hour of normal usage, it is definitely time to replace the battery.
  • Bloated battery case – be warned that a bloated battery can be a sign of danger! Do NOT use your battery if it is too bloated to properly close the case. Batteries can bloat out so much that they puncture or explode, leaking dangerous battery acid. Bloating occurs most often in extreme temperatures, i.e. leaving your phone in the sun for too long.
  • Cannot charge battery – if your battery simply will not charge, it may mean that a component in your phone is loose or damaged. Otherwise, it means that your battery is losing its charge within mere seconds of being unplugged – definitely time to replace it!
  • Overheating – remember, an excessively hot battery will bloat and eventually explode or crack. If your battery becomes hot for no reason, discontinue use and replace it.
  • Leaking battery – battery acid is extremely toxic and can be harmful if it is even touched. Never throw batteries in the trash – they must be properly recycled.

iPhone Battery Replacement Singapore must always be done with genuine Apple batteries to ensure compatibility. Also, never use 3rd party charging devices such as cables or power banks; they may over or under charge the cells, damaging the battery in the long run. Do use trusted power bank, avoid charging and calling at the same time.

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Standby 10 days (up to) 16 days (up to) 240 h 384 h 240 h 384 h 240 h 250 h (2G) / Up to 250 h (3G) 225 h 200 h (8.3 days) 300 h (12.5 days) 300 h (12.5 days)
Talk time 14 h (3G) 21 h (3G) 24 h 14 h 24 h 14 h 8 h (LTE), 10 h (3G) 8 h (LTE) 8 h (LTE), 8 h (3G) 8 h 3G 7 h 3G, 14 h 2G 5 h 3G, 12 h 2G
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Getting the most out of your batteries

There are many ways to extend the life of your battery and keep a charge for a longer period of time:

  • Keep your phone updated. Apple’s updates often improve power management in various ways.
  • Never leave your phone in extreme temperatures. A phone left in direct sunlight or sitting in a car overnight in the winter will severely lower the battery life.
  • Use WiFi instead of your network when possible. WiFi consumes far less power.
  • Use neither WiFi or your network if they are not necessary. You can disable both by putting your phone in Airplane Mode (i.e. if you are just using it to take pictures, make a video, etc.). This especially helps when your phone is struggling to find service in areas with poor coverage.
  • Disable or limit location detection. This feature drains power quickly.
  • Disable push notifications. This will prevent apps from waking up your phone periodically, accessing the network or WiFi to collect and send data, and will free up some of your phone’s resources.
  • Disable or reduce the frequency of automatic information updates. Emails are a prime example for this; if your phone is constantly updating you with new emails, it is draining power at an alarming rate. Simply disable your phone from fetching new emails and remember to do this manually every hour or so.
  • Set your background wallpaper to black to preserve more power.
  • Do not keep all your unwanted apps running behind the scene.

The iPhone 3S had significant battery problems, and the iPhone 5 and 6 is so full of technology that it often loses charge quickly. iPhone 4s battery replacement is probably the rarest of all due to its combination of longevity and lack of high-draining processes.

Nonetheless, if you need to replace the battery in your iphone (or any model), iRepair is the best service location in Singapore. Visit the center on Prinsep street today and have your phone back to full energy in a half of an hour or less!

iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone SE iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 4 iPhone 3GS
Battery capacity 1960 2900 1624 2750 1750 2,915 mAh 1,810 mAh 1,570 mAh 1,507 mAh 1,440 mAh 1,432 mAh 1,420 mAh 1,219 mAh
Standby 10 days (up to) 16 days (up to) 240 h 384 h 240 h 384 h 240 h 250 h (2G) / Up to 250 h (3G) 225 h 200 h (8.3 days) 300 h (12.5 days) 300 h (12.5 days)
Talk time 14 h (3G) 21 h (3G) 24 h 14 h 24 h 14 h 8 h (LTE), 10 h (3G) 8 h (LTE) 8 h (LTE), 8 h (3G) 8 h 3G 7 h 3G, 14 h 2G 5 h 3G, 12 h 2G
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