Fixing your iPhone Battery
iPhone users may encounter several battery problems just like any other smartphone users. But as it goes, every problem has a solution.
In this case, here are some tips on how you can fix your iPhone’s battery problem:
1) Battery dies quickly. This is when your phones battery drains fast causing the phone to shutdown. To fix it, start by going to your phone’s battery settings. Under battery usage you can see what eats up your battery the most. Tap the clock icon for more details. Delete programs you do not need. On the ones you decide to keep, cut down background activity by turning off background updating. Turn it off for specific apps or for all of them. If background location is the culprit, check the location services under privacy. Choose the specific app settings or shut it off completely.
2) Sudden shutdown. The cause of this problem is hard to pinpoint. But you can try several fixes: a) you can install a software update if one is available; b) restore from a previous backup; c) you can perform a factory reset if no backup is available; d) if all else fails, go to a genius bar to see if there’s a hardware problem.
3) Battery gets hot while charging. If this problem occurs if you are charging your iPhone, check your charger. You are probably using a cheap, off-brand charger. So make sure that the charger you are using when charging your iPhone is not an imitation. If you should really use a different charger on your iPhone, make sure that it is a product certified by Apple. Use only third party accessories certified by Apple. The company also provides its product users tips on how to identify counterfeit parts.
These are the most common problems that iPhone users encounter with their phone’s battery.
Hopefully it will help them with their troubleshooting when it comes to iPhone battery problems. But if you have doubts in troubleshooting your phone’s battery problem, play safe. Have an expert deal with your problem and let them fix it.