Phone Suddenly Shuts Down
Whether your iPhone is a newer model from the last year or two, or you’re still sporting the iPhone 6, it’s possible you’ve experienced the annoying glitch of your phone dying sooner than you think it should. We’ve all been there in the middle of a text to someone who is waiting on an answer from you and then without warning the phone turns off before you can finish the message and hit send.
One way to solve this issue is to try a recalibration. The simple way to do this is to perform a soft reset. Use your iPhone until it dies on its own and then plug it in until it is fully charged. Once you turn it on again, you can try to reset your device. If this method doesn’t work, it may be time for a new battery.
iPhone Only Works While Plugged In Or Battery Drains Fast
Not only is it super inconvenient to only be able to use your phone while it’s connected to power, it’s also a sign that something serious is going on with your battery. Your battery may not be totally worn out if you’re still able to use the phone when it’s plugged in and charging, but it could be a sign that your battery and or your battery connector are on the path to failure. If your phone won’t turn on at all while plugged in, it’s a sign that your battery is done for and it’s time for a new one.
Phone Or Battery is Overheating
Before you blame a bad battery for your phone overheating, remember that batteries are temperature sensitive. Their temperature will adjust based on where your phone is sitting, whether that’s in a hot car or a cold park bench. When iPhones recharge, their batteries regenerate heat. Batteries themselves take on the heat as a way of shielding the rest of the iPhone from heat damage. If a battery has taken on too much heat and you notice your phone regularly overheating it couldn’t hurt to see if a new battery can fix your problem.
Best Apple iPhone Battery Replacement and Repair In Keller
Rather than break the bank buying a new iPhone when your battery goes bad, why not give a battery replacement a try? At Oasis Savvy, we’re highly experienced in issues concerning iPhone batteries and can spot right away when a phone is ready for a new battery or whether the issue requires a more serious fix. Call or text 682-583-2527 to see how our team can get your iPhone back in working order!