How to Replace Your iPhone Battery for $6

Best price on Google is $49

 
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How to Replace Your iPhone Battery for $6
Emma Johnson
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Jul 05th 2019 06:45 pm

eBay sells new Apple iPhone 5 / 5s / 6 / 6s / 7 / 7 Plus battery replacements for cheap. Apple charges $79 to replace your batteries.

With steady hands, you can do this yourself.

Regular Price is $49

Step 1
- iPhone 5s Battery for $5.95
- iPhone 6 Battery for $10.75
- iPhone 6 Plus Battery for $6.89
- iPhone 6s Battery for $8.99
- iPhone 6s Plus Battery for $9.29
- iPhone 7 Battery for $11.99
- iPhone 7 Plus Battery for $12.19
- iPhone 8 Battery for $11.99
- iPhone 8 Plus Battery for $13.99
- iPhone X Plus Battery for $17.95
- Tools for $0.74 Shipped

2. Watch Youtube videos on how to do the repair
- iPhone 5s instructions
- iPhone 6 instructions
- iPhone 6 Plus instructions
- iPhone 6s instructions
- iPhone 6s Plus instructions
- iPhone 7 instructions
- iPhone 7 Plus instructions
- iPhone 8 instructions
- iPhone 8 Plus instructions
- iPhone X instructions

3. Work on a clean and well lit table. The screws are very tiny.

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  • tigerpilot
    tigerpilot - 1 year ago
    L5 Recruit
    Most of those ads say OEM but in the description show non Apple batteries. You want a genuine Apple battery with the Apple logo. Every Original battery I have seen has the Apple logo.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 year ago
    Ya replacing anything on the iPhone is a pain to do. Has too many tiny screws. Androids are easier
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 year ago
    $ 6 ? PLS DONT GIVE FASLE HOPE AND ADS.
    NO ONE EVEN HAS THE 5 SERIES ANY MORE.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 year ago
    It's $49, not $79.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 years ago
    I don't recommend to buy from these sellers since their tools are very weak and will be broken within a sec. Also, detaching the original battery from the case is extremely difficult since the original adhesive is super strong. Also, the original battery covering is super weak. With your weak broken tool, super weak battery covering, and the super strong adhesive, it is very possible to bend the original battery and the bending will cause very small breach. You know when the li-ion is exposed in the air, the instant chemical reaction, fire, will be ignited. And, your precious and expensive iPhone will be burned. I definitely do not recommend.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 years ago
    Apple uses special waterproof sealers we don't have.
  • Guest
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 years ago
    Apple just dropped the price from $79.99 to $29.99 as part of their apology for throttling old phones. At $30, I'm going to let them do it!
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 years ago
    Ice cube tray is great for sorting screws
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 years ago
    It's a good idea to get tiny bags to put the different tiny size screws in as you go, labeling them with the step of disassembly.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 years ago
    FYI - IF your phone has any form of waterproof (like the 7 ), you can forget about THAT after the battery is replaced...
  • myspaceisacult
    myspaceisacult - 3 years ago
    L8 Private
    I've done this a few times, and it is a good post on here. One thing I should add without watching the videos, if you use a pry tool to unclip the battery from the motherboard, DO NOT USE A METAL PRY TOOL. I've done that once and it shorted the battery clip to the metal shielding on the motherboard, and my phone wouldn't boot up for 3 days. Use guitar picks or buy a plastic pry tool if you plan on doing this.