Battery problems plague almost any Virginia Beach Apple user. Unless you literally picked up the new iPhone 6/6S/6+, you’re likely all too familair with spending a day at the beach and ending up with red bars before noon. Extensive users may even have a dead phone by that time, which as we can all attest to, is totally useless. It is definitely true that the more apps you use, the more texts you send and the more you are Snapchatting the faster your lithium-ion factory standard battery will drain, however no ones going to use their phone less – we need a solution, and we need it fast.
Local Virginia Repair Solutions
Virginia Beach cell phone repair shops are the first place we’d recommend starting. Whether you have an iPhone 4S or 5/5S/5C, we’ve documented on this blog many times how a simple hardware fix and replacement can get you going again and save you ten or twenty times the cost. This couldn’t be more true then when it comes to replacing the dying battery in your iPhone 4/5. We’ve done a bit of searching around and found the average price for an iPhone 4 battery replacement is $40. Considering the lifetime cost of upgrading is much higher, this is an excellent value. It is natural for the battery to fade over time, as you charge and re-charge it, and Apple offers no battery solutions – other then selling you a new phone. You can book your repair appointment online in most cases as well.
From our experience , finding a local repair shop that specializes in cell phones and tablet can be one of the best solutions to this annoying problem. Virginia Beach iPhone Repair is our shop of choice, as they are well known for getting their repairs done fast, and using higher quality parts then their competition. The pricing for an iPhone battery replacement, with installation and 30 day warranty are noted below
- iPhone 4/4S – $40
- iPhone 5 – $50
- iPhone 5S/5C – $65
- iPhone 6/6S – $120
Costs are higher for the newer models simply due to the cost of the parts being higher at the time of writing this, but they always seem to drop as demand increases and better quality parts become available.