iPhone 6S Battery Replacement Kit and Repair Guide

Do you need a new iPhone 6S battery replacement kit? if yes head over there, for iphone 6 guide click here, Your iPhone 6s is draining? can’t hold a charge? Thankfully, we have a solution to this issue. you can choose to self-replace your battery or bring your iPhone 6S to the Apple store nearest you which may cost you more money than do it yourself. However, we have a very simple and easy-to-follow instruction for you to change your battery in 15 minutes or less. Here is a step-by-step guide to replace your iPhone 6S battery successfully:

iPhone 6S Battery Replacement Video Guide

Step 1: Turn off the phone.

Make sure that your phone is turned off before you disassemble the parts and disconnect all the cable connectors that need to be disconnected before removing the battery. This is a safety measure that every phone manufacturer reiterates before doing any minor or major repairs in order to protect your phone from damages.

Step 2: Locate the 5-point Pentalobe screws beside the Lightning Port.

There are two Pentalobe screws placed on both sides of the lightning port.


iPhone 6s battery replacement

These screws are actually the only screws to remove in order to open the unit. Make sure that you put them aside in a safe place so that they will not be misplaced or jumbled up with other screws.

Step 3: Unscrew the Pentalobe screws using the Pentalobe screwdriver.

The repair kit comes with a Pentalobe screwdriver. Use this to unscrew the phone and to open it safely and securely.


Step 4: Lift the Front Panel by using the suction cup.

To lift up the front panel of the phone, place the single suction cup on top of the panel just above the home button. Press it for suction purposes.


Step 5: Hold the phone securely and lift up the front panel.

Use a plastic pry tool to pry the rear case open. Hold down the phone with the other hand while lifting up the panel through the suction cup. This panel is usually tightly glued to the rear case, thus requiring strong but careful lifting or pulling up.


Step 6: Remove the suction cup from the panel.

The plastic nub is designed to release the vacuum from the cup. Pull it slowly to easily remove the cup from the display or front panel after it has been pried or separated from the rear case.

Step 7: Lift up the screen up to 90 degrees only.


Once the panel is separated, lift it up to 90 degrees only, but be careful that it won’t go any further to prevent the unit from being damaged.

It is attached to the top of the unit and it should not be pulled too hard, but needs to be kept at 90 degrees only to allow you to work on the phone.

You can simply lean it and tie it next to a box so that the unit is open without the need to hold it.

Step 8: Remove the screws connecting the battery to the unit.


Using the Philips screwdriver included in the repair kit, unscrew both the 2.2mm screw and the 3.2mm screw, as shown in the picture. Keep the screws safe on the table because you will need them again to put the pieces back together after replacing the battery.

Step 9: Remove the metal connector bracket from the unit.


Remove the metal bracket that connects the battery and the unit. This metal bracket covers the battery connector. This is where the screws are removed from, as shown in step 9. Before you can lift up and remove the battery, you have to carefully remove this bracket first. Put them in one place together with the two screws that have been removed.

Step 10: Remove the screen connectors.

It is a good idea to detach the screen before removing the battery in order to allow the battery to be loosened safely. Locate the screws as shown in the picture and unscrew them using the screwdriver. Keep the 5 screws (3×1.2 mm screws, 1×1.7 mm screw, and 1×3.1 mm screw) and the cover in one place separately so that they will not get jumbled together with other screws. Remove the front panel assembly cable metal bracket from the logic board carefully and put it aside with the screws.


Step 11: Pry the connector up from the socket.

Carefully pry up the connector using the plastic pry tool. Be very careful in doing this so that the logic board will not be damaged. The flat end of the spudger will be able to pry the connector safely from the socket without damaging the logic board, but you will still need to be careful.


Step 12: Disconnect the camera and sensor cable.

The front-facing camera cable and the sensor cable should be disconnected as well. To do this, you will need the flat-end spudger to pry the cable connectors away carefully. Make sure that you do not affect the logic board when you pry the cable.


Step 13: Disconnect the home button cable connector.

Using the flat-end spudger, pry the cable to disconnect the connector from the logic board.


Step 14: Disconnect the display data connector.

With the flat-end spudger, pry the display data connector carefully. When you reassemble the unit and power on the phone, expect that the display data will pop off the connector, which may result in a blank screen or white lines. To resolve this issue, you will need to reconnect the cable once more and start the power cycle of the phone again by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery connector.


Step 15: Disconnect the digitizer cable connector.

To do this, the flat-end spudger should be used to pry the cable connector for the digitizer. Take note that when you reconnect the cable connector, avoid pressing the center of the connector. Just press both ends and avoid the center of the connector.

When the center of the connector is pressed, the digitizer will be damaged and may cost you more money for repairs.


Step 16: Remove the front panel assembly from the unit.

Now that all of the connectors were disconnected, the next step is to remove the front panel assembly from the unit to keep it safe and to prevent it from being damaged when you change the battery.


Step 17: Peel the battery adhesive tab.

From the right edge bottom part of the battery, peel off the adhesive tab. Use your fingers to carefully peel it off, and avoid puncturing the battery to prevent the poisonous chemicals from leaking out because that may cause fire.


Step 18: Pull the adhesive strip from the battery.

Pull the adhesive strip or tab gently from the battery. Pull it towards the bottom of the unit. Try not to pull the tab against the phone to prevent the adhesive tab from ripping off or splitting. Slowly, let the strip of adhesive slip out between the battery and the unit. If the strip rips apart, retrieve the remaining part and continue pulling using your fingers or tweezers.


Step 19: Do the same thing for the bottom left of the battery.

Follow the same procedures to lift and pull the adhesive tab on the left edge of the battery.


Step 20: Flip up the battery from the unit.

Using a tool, flip up the battery from the unit, inserting the tool underneath the battery as far as possible and flipping it upwards


Avoid using a carved or crooked card to prevent the battery from bending.

Avoid affecting the logic board as well to prevent damages to the board of the phone.

Step 21: Remove the battery and dispose of it properly.

Remove the battery carefully. Dispose of it properly to prevent it from harming you or other people.

Step 22: Reassemble the unit, starting from the last step and working backwards.

To reassemble the unit, you have to go backwards, starting with the proper installation of the new battery. The new battery replacement kit comes with the plastic adhesive strips. Follow the guide below on how to put them right under your battery.

Step 23: Put the new battery on the unit.

When the adhesive strips are already placed under the battery, align the new battery into the phone and position it carefully. Press it firmly so that the adhesive strip will stick to the rear case of the unit and become stable.

When the battery is already laid flat on its proper position, reassemble the phone by connecting each cable connector again in its proper order.


Replacing the battery on your iPhone 6s is now possible,  If you are a techie person and you know how to do the cable disconnection step-by-step properly, you will find this instructional guide very simple to follow and do on your own. However, if you know that such tasks are not your forte, and you do not want your unit to be damaged, let the store do it for you, or bring your unit to a legitimate cell phone repair technician or to an Apple Store.

Paying for the service may cost you additional expense, but knowing that your phone is in good hands is worth spending for.

It is important that you know how to save and maintain the battery life of your iPhone 6 or 6s to avoid replacing it over and over again. If you are listening to music, opt to listen from the Music App instead of live streaming using your Wi-Fi. This will save your battery life for much longer.

When you play different games, whether online or offline, switch off the volume to minimize battery consumption. When the battery is low, charge it first and set it aside. Do not play while the phone is charging to allow it to charge fully and uninterrupted. Turn off apps that you hardly use to save the battery usage and to prolong the battery life.

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