iPhone Battery Replacement
Cardiff iPhone Battery Repair Shop
We Fix iPhone Battery Related Issues
If you’ve had your iPhone for quite a few years, you might have noticed its battery life doesn’t last quite as long as it used to? This could lead you to consider having your iPhone battery replaced.
Your iPhone battery lifespan is typically defined by how many charge cycles it will last. As the most obvious sign that you need an iPhone battery replacement is noticing it has a drastically reduced battery life.
If your iPhone barely makes it past the 5 to 10 hours mark and you’re not using it for anything too intensive, such as streaming or playing online games, then it might be time to consider an iPhone battery replaced.
iPhone batteries usually don’t just cease charging. There are normally tell-tale signs that happen over time, relating to your I phone’s performance.
Here at Tech Master, we stock a large range of replacement batteries, both new and tested to the highest standards.
Tech Master can diagnose the fault with your iPhone, there and then, and advise you on whether it’s worth replacing your iPhone’s battery or not.
Expanding or Swollen Batteries
It’s important to note that, a bloated iPhone battery is dangerous. There’s a possibility it can catch fire or explode.
If your iPhone’s battery is looking bloated, you should NOT continue to use your device. We’d highly recommend you getting your iPhone’s battery replaced immediately.
If you’ve noticed your iPhone’s screen starting to bulge or distort, the most likely cause is a swollen battery inside.
This is the result of damage to the lithium-ion (Li-ion) cells used in most modern smart phones leading to a build-up of flammable gas.
Such damage to your iPhone’s battery may have several causes:
- Overcharging of the Li-ion cells, as they respond badly to overcharging.
- A reduction in power capacity or general charging issues, as this can often indicate a problem with the lithium-ion battery (or cell) inside many devices. Whether it’s due to damage or simply due to being worn out, the battery will need to be replaced.
- Heat caused by overcharging or from other sources, as this can also cause battery swelling.