Apple has determined that very few iPhone 6s devices will shut down unexpectedly. This is not a security issue and only affects devices within a limited serial number. If you have experienced this problem, please check to see if your iPhone 6s is eligible for a battery replacement.
If your iPhone 6s has any damage, such as a broken or cracked screen that prevents the battery from being replaced, this problem will need to be solved before replacing the battery. In some cases, there may be a cost associated with repair.
Many people find the battery life of the iPhone 6s frustrating. There is a widespread complaint about smartphones, but it can be a reason why a poor battery life can affect some iPhone 6s owners more than others.
Measuring real-world battery life is a misleading path. Our test and customer data shows the actual battery life of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus ranges from just 2-3 percent of the battery life, even with variable component differences.
Many reports have surfaced that the Home button on the iPhone 6s is over-hot. While people have noticed that the Touch ID sensor is hot to the touch for annoying touches, the rest of the device is unusually hot and in some cases, stops working, so the display does not come up when the screen is pressed.
This seems to happen frequently after charging your iPhone 6 plus, but it can also happen at other times. If the problem persists, then you should really contact the Apple store and see if you have the right to change.
Many people are having problems with Wi-Fi connections with iPhone 6s or 6s Plus. If you find that you are not able to connect to a Wi-Fi network or if your connection frequently falls or slows down, there’s a lot you can try.
You will experience temporary failures by frequently switching the iPhone 6 on and off. Press and hold the sleep/power button and the Home button for about 10 seconds until you see the Apple logo. Your wireless network may work for a while.
Some iPhone 6s users are clicking into the Slide for Updates when they are in the Slide for Update screen gets stuck. Fortunately, there are a few things you can try if your iPhone 6s gets jammed during the installation of the update.
We’ve been stuck in this screen before and have solved the problem by unplugging the device from iTunes and installing the Over-the-Air update.
All repair and replacement services are available at the Manchester Phone Repairs centre at a reasonable price with a 12-month warranty. The business process is fast and we use high-quality parts for all the replacements made with your iPhone devices.
For more information, visit our website at Manchesterphonerepairs.co.uk.