Here’s a full guide to replacing the battery in an iPhone 6. This works for batteries which have failed due to overcharging, through over use or those which have just swollen up over time, like the one in the video. You can save a lot of money by doing this easy and relatively quick repair at home by buying your own inexpensive replacement parts and tools, linked to below. The replacement battery costs between $10 and $20 and you can get the toolkit for a further $5 to $15.
If you’ve shattered you iPhone screen, here’s our guide to replacing the screen on an iPhone 6 or 6s.
What You Need To Replace Your iPhone 6 Battery
The iPhone 6s is very similar internally to the iPhone 6 and this guide can be used for both models.
- iPhone 6s Replacement Battery – Buy Here
How To Replace Your iPhone Battery
Find yourself a nice, flat desk or counter to work on as you’ll need a bit of space to lay out the components as you take them out. Make sure to keep track of each screw as you’re taking them out as they are different lengths and sizes and you don’t want to damage components by putting long screws in the wrong place. It helps to draw a small sketch of the components and place each screw on the sketch as you remove them, this way you’ll always remember which one goes where.
The battery is held in place with a really strong double sided tape. Gently heating up the back of the iPhone case with a hair dryer or heater softens the adhesive a bit and makes it easier to remove. Be careful not to damage any of the ribbon cables for the side buttons near the top of the phone when you are prying underneath the battery.
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