iPhone Battery Replacement in Australia

Replace your iPhone Battery at Mayfield Cell Phone Repairs

Mayfield Cell Phone Repairs, is a one stop repair shop for all type of electronic gadgets such as iPhone, iPads, Tablets, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, Huawei and more. We can repair broken screens, battery replacement of iPhone or Samsung, OPPO, Nokia, LG, Laptops etc. We are expert in repairing broken back glass on iPhone 8 to iPhone 12 series.



Before you replace your iPhone battery, be sure to have your device fully charged. This will help you know how much charge is left in the device. If the battery is damaged or missing, you will need to have it repaired. If your iPhone is covered by AppleCare+, the battery replacement is free. If your phone is not covered, you will need to pay a small fee for the repair and the battery replacement. Read on to learn more about battery replacement for iPhones.

If you are not fully charged before replacing your iPhone battery, disconnect the phone from any power sources, including power adapters and the USB port of another device. Only use an Apple-certified Lightning cable to charge your iPhone after replacing the battery because it was designed to work with your equipment. You may also want to back up all data on your iPhone before starting this process. If you have questions, contact Apple or take your iPhone into an Apple Store for assistance.

iPhone batteries are meant to be changed every few years depending on how often you use your device and how well it has been taken care of overtime. Every time you plug in and unplug your iPhone, the battery gets stressed. You can avoid this by unplugging it only when it is fully charged. It is important that you turn off your phone before changing the battery so you don\’t accidentally restart or mess with anything while replacing the battery.



To change your iPhone\’s battery:

1. Shut down and power off your device by pressing and holding the power button until \”slide to power off\” appears onscreen, then slide the screen downward. This shuts down your device completely so no data will be lost during replacement of the iPhone 6s Battery Replacement.

2. Unscrew any plastic pentalobe screws near where the lightning cable enters the phone using a screwdriver if necessary. The iPhone\’s battery is located near the top of the phone.

3. Remove any iPhone 6 battery adhesive strips using your fingers, which are located along the edges of the phone just above and below where you see a seam in between screens.

4. Open up your iPhone by gently prying it open with a plastic opening tool or guitar pick around where the lightning port and headphone jack are located on your device and then popping it off. Be very careful not to damage any other components inside of your iPhone while trying to pop off its back cover as this can cause different problems with your device such as Bluetooth connectivity issues .

5. When the back cover pops off, there will be several screws that hold down shield that sits over an orange, rectangular battery that you must remove.

6. Hug the iPhone 6s Battery Replacement into place and screw it down with its screws to secure it. If there isn\’t a replacement available, you can tape down your old battery as well as different adhesive strips instead so it won\’t pop out while the phone is powering on or off.

7. Put together your iPhone back together by following steps 1-3 in reverse order and reconnecting any cables such as the lightning cable and headphone jack if necessary once reassembled before shutting your device back down again and powering it on to ensure everything works properly and that your new iPhone 6 battery has been successfully replaced .

8. Once powered back on, be sure to check if all settings are where they had been previously and that your apps are functioning accordingly. If they aren\’t, you may have to go back into the settings of your iPhone and re-enter all information again so it resumes working properly.

Apple iPhone batteries are designed to work with a certain amount of power before needing replacement. Every time you plug in and unplug your iPhone, the battery gets stressed from being plugged in and not using its full capacity as well as opening and closing all running applications on it. The more times you charge and decharge, the less days it will last between charges until eventually the device only charges for a short period of time without taking any type of charge at all


iPhone 6s Battery Comparison

So let\’s start off with overall battery life. The iPhone 6s standard battery is 5.45 Wh (1810 mAh at 3.82 V). Compare that to the Galaxy Note 9, which is 8.76 Wh (4000 mAh at 3.85 V), and it doesn\’t seem like much of a difference until you do the math:

iPhone 6s = 31 hours of talk time

Galaxy Note 9 = 41 hours of talk time

The iPhone 6 was even smaller with only 5.45 Wh (16 1624 mAh at 3.81 V), but Apple still managed to get two more hours than the Galaxy Note 9 with 33 hours of talk time on 3G . An impressive feat considering how many more pixels have to be pushed on the iPhone 6s.

The Galaxy Note 9 does have a larger battery, but that doesn\’t necessarily mean it will get better battery life than the iPhone. The iPhone tends to focus on optimizing for performance while preserving power, while Samsung seems to just throw numbers of mAh in their phone and call it good (not saying that is true at all). Of course, this isn\’t entirely accurate since there are many other factors such as screen size and resolution that go into this calculation.

When it comes down to RAM, both phones come with 4GB of LPDDR4x RAM; however, the iPhone uses LPDDR4 and the Note 9 uses LPDDR4X . It\’s tough to say whether one is better than the other, but deciding which RAM type to use comes down to cost and power consumption. Since LPDDR4X costs more and uses more power, Samsung chose that option for their phone.

The iPhone 6s was announced on September 2015 , while the Galaxy Note 9 was announced on August 2018 . The iPhone 6s has been out since September 2015 , while the Galaxy Note 9 hasn\’t even been out for a month yet so its battery life isn\’t completely tested at this point. But we do know from previous experience with iPhones that Apple tends to get pretty good battery life in their phones (as I mentioned earlier), and knowing how long it takes for Android phones to get updated means that you probably won\’t see Android Pie on the Note 9 until next year.

The iPhone 6s comes with a 12 MP camera, while the Galaxy Note 9 comes with a 16 MP camera . Both are capable of 4K video at 30 FPS , but the Galaxy Note 9 has optical image stabilization (OIS). The iPhone only has digital image stabilization (EIS), which isn\’t as good as OIS, but it\’s still better than nothing.

Similar to RAM, the iPhone 6s uses LPDDR3 RAM , while the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 uses LPDDR4X . It\’s hard to say whether one is definitively better than the other since both have their strengths and weaknesses. For example, LPDDR4 provide more bandwidth, but that has a major downside in power consumption. LPDDR3 has less bandwidth but uses much less power, so it all depends on what you want to prioritize between performance and battery life.



The battery on your iPhone is an important component of the device and can greatly reduce its life span. It is important to replace it as soon as you notice that it is slowing down. You can take the battery out of your iPhone and charge it again. The battery is responsible for keeping your phone running in perfect condition and prevent unexpected shutdowns. When you do this, you don\’t have to worry about your phone\’s performance. You\’ll be able to do whatever you need to in no time.

Regardless of your level of experience, an iPhone battery replacement is relatively easy and will cost you just a few dollars. There are a few different options for battery replacement. The most expensive and safest option is to take your device to an Apple store to have it repaired by a professional. You\’ll be charged $69 for the service, but this will save you a considerable amount of money. You should also check if your iPhone is under warranty. If your phone is still under warranty, you can get it fixed for free.

Apple provides a wide variety of iPhone battery replacement services for all models, but it is best to contact an Apple Authorized Service Provider if you\’re unsure whether your phone is eligible for a battery replacement. The battery replacement process is not difficult, but it can be frustrating. Fortunately, there are ways to replace the iPhone battery without causing damage to your phone. If you\’re unable to find a local store, you can still mail in your phone to a specialist.


iPhone 11 Screen Repair

Are you looking to repair your iPhone 11 screen? Mayfield cell phone repairs is now iPhone 11 screen repair service in Australia. It does not matter where you are, we will find you and fix your iPhone 11 screen. Nowadays the main issue is that many service providers are providing a duplicate copy of screens like iPhone 11 screen, iPhone x screen, iPhone 11 pro screen. If you use a duplicate screen, your iPhone will work but after some time, you will see issues on the screen like you won\’t be able to tap on it, it will start missing, the colors will start to fade and screen bugs will start appearing.

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iPhone 6s Battery Replacement Cost


The cost of a battery replacement for an iPhone 6s will be $129, Apple has confirmed.

The company said that the out-of-warranty cost for a new battery will be the same for other models in its range, including the iPhone SE and iPhone 7.

Apple apologized to customers in December 2017 after acknowledging that it had been slowing down some older iPhones with ageing batteries. The company said at the time that it would reduce the price of replacement batteries to $29 from $79.

Customers who already paid the full price for a replacement battery will be offered a refund.

But you don\’t have to worry about it because at Mayfield Phone Repairs, we do a cheap battery replacement of iPhone 6s.

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