Tools can be found HERE!: http://amzn.to/1Taj5gC
iPhone 6s Battery replacement can be found HERE: http://www.etradesupply.com/apple-iphone-6s-battery.html?acc=58238e9ae2dd305d79c2ebc8c1883422
iPhone 6s Battery Adhesive Strips: http://bit.ly/1p969um
Let me know if those links stop working!!
There are a few ways to remove your iPhone 6s battery. The easiest way is using the very convenient pull tabs down at the bottom of the battery.
Just lift them up from the edge of the battery, and pull directly out toward the bottom of the device. If the pull tabs end up breaking, than you'll have to use the 'pry of shame' method, and pull the battery out the old fashion way.
Let me know if you have any questions!
Attempt all repairs at your OWN risk.
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Worst repair guide, I've ever seen. you fked battery, it may start burning and even worse fire may happen and damage whole phone. you are stupid. you have no idea how bad is that when you damage polymer, I'll report the video and dislike. you are teaching people how to repair it? now you showed them how to burn and damage iPhone, that's what you are doing.
I was just about to finish replacing the battery when my cat jumped on my screen as it was 90 degrees attached. DAMNIT. One of the cables ripped off. Ordering a new screen on ebay now. That really made me mad. Great video though.
Be super careful when removing the screen. Video doesn't mention it in enough detail but there is an adhesive holding the screen in place on the 6s and if you pry it it too hard or at the wrong angle you can damage the LCD screen and/or digitizer. The plastic prying tool that comes with battery replacement kits (similar to the green one in the video) should not be used in any kind of prying motion if it has an angled tip. Learned the hard way.
all good guys, but be carefull when removing the battery,to detouch the adhesive as shown in the video, because my adhesive at first broke and then i had to fold the battery many times, so when i finished something touched my hand and i got a instant burn, not sure from what, but thank god wasnt big, quickly threw the battery off my hands, I suggest wear some protective gloves especially for stuff like that...
Have changed various bits on various apple devices in the past so was confident this would be no different. Had to go down pry of shame route on this as adhesive strips a nightmare. PEOPLE BEWARE. My battery started smoking and had flames coming out of it as I think I had over bent it. Burned my hand, filled my house with really noxious fumes as I tried to prevent the molten battery completely destroying phone. Couldn't touch it for 10 mins as so hot. Cleaned out charred battery and scraped clean the casing, reassembled and incredibly it still works. DON'T BEND THE BATTERY..........
Argghhhhhhhn i had an apple 6s but we took it to the dump. Now that i watvh this video i totally regret taking it because now that i know how replace the battery i would have the apple phone then this stupid dump samsung. I over charged my battery to the point where it gave out.
I managed to change this on my own thanks to your video though i had to do the pry of shame because im stupid enough to messed up on both tab. Anyway just a question, if your new sticker is not sticking out like the old one, how do i replace the battery in the future? Thumbs Up tho!!
I had mine now for a year and a half or so, I started to notice excessive battery consumption & I've never replaced the battery before, do you recommend it's a good time for a battery replacement & would I gain back the original factory consumption as it's was quite great I remember.
Hi will this stop the Touch ID from working? I had a bad experience replacing the battery on the 5s. Once the Touch ID stops working nothing can be done to get it working again as only Apple have the equipment to replace the Touch ID sensor and get the phone to accept the new one. Thanks.
What double sided tape did you use as a replacement? Is it easy to remove the battery with that double sided tape or is it better just to buy replacement OEM pull tab tape. I've used the pull tab tape before as a replacement when I get it free with a new battery but out of several battery replacements I can never seem to get the tape all out before it breaks. Pry of shame sucks.
I followed the video exactly how you did the repair and for some reason my iPhone wont even turn on now! do you have any ideas why this could be happening ? i have replaced my screen before so this isnt my first time opening up my iphone but i dont know what to do, any suggestions will help.
Watch the Bear Grylls episode on how to survive when lost if you have a mobile phone. See how he creates a huge fire with the battery. Just stick a hole in it, once it comes into contact with air it will burst into fierce super hot flames like a furnace. Phone batteries are so dangerous. These guys making these videos should mention that. Someone's house can get burned down due to it.
WARNING: My battery IGNITED on fire when I was replacing it. One side of the tape did not remove by pulling the tab, so I was doing the "pry of shame". I must of been prying too hard because I suddenly saw smoke and before I knew it the battery ignited on fire. I had no choice but to get back and let the battery burn itself out. Could of caused serious injury as the battery was only about 1 foot from my face when this happened.
My advice is to pay the $80 and let an apple technician do the replacement. But if you insist on doing it yourself, then be EXTRA careful when removing the battery and use a heat gun or blow dryer to warm up the stick tape before trying to pry the battery out.
Warning to all don't have and off spring, this will cut down your free battery replacement service and save you money, I have four, and now five grandkids and another on the way. Tony 58 free repair service inc phones, cars, electrical, gas, gas boiler service, plumbing, you name it I do it free, oh and don't forget the free airport taxes runs
HI-FI LUGGAGE if you still have the phone, did you change your original Touch ID over into new screen? If not then that’s why it’s not working, Touch ID needs to be original or it will NEVER work again.
Because Apple wants you to go to their stores and buy their extremely expensive lithium batteries and then have their employees change it and make money from the labor (plus the battery). If you could just change the battery like it was a TV remote how would they make money off of you?
The adhesive that attaches the adhesive to the battery is no joke! be very careful and make sure your old battery has no charge before you do this. other than that the video was a big help and the battery that came from the link in the description seems to be working like new.
Can anyone attest to the reliability of the replacement battery that's linked in the description? on one hand $16 is not much of a plunge but on the other, i'm not entirely sure i can trust the quality of a $16 battery
Fisher Reese I had to replace a battery on my iPhone 4 a few years ago. Got a replacement kit with battery for less than $15 off eBay. It was an oem replacement snd worked really good. Battery life improved and stayed charged longer.