Ready To Replace Your iPhone Battery? Read This!
by Mahesa Kama - May 26, 2021 - No comments
When it comes to an old battery, most iPhone users experience the same common issues – that is their device dying quickly, overheating, random shutdowns, or they restart unexpectedly. Sounds familiar? If so, then it definitely might be time to replace that battery. – iPhone battery replacement in Harlem.
Here’s a sure way to determine the health of your battery.
Back in 2018 granted users with access to more insight into the health and life of their battery. This is the sure sign way to determine if it’s time for a battery replacement. At Opn., we train all of our technicians to check this step first. Here’s how you can do it from the comfort of your home, before you stop on by to see us.
Go to Settings > Battery and tap on Battery Health.
In a brand new device, you will most likely see the following image:
But chances are, you had your device for quite some time – so your maximum capacity should be reduced significantly. Here’s a more realistic screenshot from a device that had a couple of years of usage.
Based on our experience, when the maximum capacity falls below 80% – that’s usually around the time when the issues discussed earlier begin. If your device has a Maximum Capacity of 80% or below, definitely know it’s time to get the battery replaced so you can gain peak performance capacity once again.
How much is the cost for an iPhone battery replacement?
In need of professional but affordable iPhone battery replacement services? We offer comprehensive repair services for battery replacement in no time. You just need to open Opn. Services page > Select iPhone Repair > Select your iPhone device model > Check on the Battery Replacement.
iPhone battery replacement price
Here is the price list of iPhone battery replacement in Harlem, New York. But, don’t worry! we are also available for other areas like Connecticut and New Jersey.
|iPhone Device Model||Battery Replacement Price|
|11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11||$89|
|XS Max, XS, X, XR||$79|
|8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6||$49|
- All prices are subject to change at any time without notice.
- Opn. are experienced in repairing all models of iPhones.
- Opn. iPhone repair services were available only in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
How to make your iPhone battery life last longer?
After you get your battery replaced, we like to educate our customers on a few tips as to how to make their iPhone battery life last longer.
- Update to the latest operating system
First, make sure your iPhone uses the latest version of iOS. You can go to Settings > General and then choose Software Update. If an update is available, go ahead and update.
- Optimize your iPhone settings
Here are another 2 simple things you can do to preserve battery life. You can adjust your screen brightness and use Wi‑Fi. Reducing the screen light or turning on Auto-Brightness has shown signs to make the battery last longer. Also, using Wifi instead of your Data plan takes a little edge off the battery usage as well.
- To reduce the screen light, you can open the Control Center and drag the Brightness slider to the bottom.
- To activate Auto-Brightness or adjust your screen to lighting conditions automatically, go to Settings > Accessibility. Tap Display & Text Size > turn on Auto-Brightness.
- Wi‑Fi connection uses lower power than a cellular network if used as an access data. To turn on Wi‑Fi, you can go to Settings > Wi‑Fi, then access a Wi‑Fi network.
- Remove certain cases before charging
Some cases can cause your device to overheat while charging, which can affect your iPhone battery capacity. Taking off the case can help them get cool temperature while charging.
- Enable low power mode
Low power mode is the best way to make your iPhone battery life longer when your battery level goes down, and lets you turn on low power mode with a tap. It can reduce display brightness, optimizes device performance, and minimizes system animations. Apps will not download content in the background. But, you can still use primary functions like phone calls, email, messages, accessing the Internet, and so on. Or it can be enabled by going to Settings > Battery.
- Half-charged the battery before long-term storage
Are you planning to not use your iPhone for a long time? You should charge its battery to 50% and then shutdown. Store the iPhone for very long periods of time like more than 6 months, you will need to do it again and repeat to charge it until 50% every 6 months.
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