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Battery life can be one of the most important factor when people choosing a mobile phone. Battery can’t last forever and now most of the cellphone battery are designed to be non-removable, which makes it harder for us when we need to replace a new battery. So how do you know when or whether you need to change your old battery instead of a new one？Here we’d like to share with you some tips on how to tell whether your mobile phone needs a new battery replacement.
The Phone Dies QuicklyIf you are feeling that your phone is losing power at a rapid speed even without playing games, videos, music, running other power-consumptive apps or doing something else that may cause your battery to die, after fully charged. Then it maybe a classic sign that your phone is almost at the end of its life.
The Phone is Dead TotallyThe phone is dead means it will never come up and show any signs of power in the phone even with enough charging and good chargers, which means it can’t hold a charge to power the phone from its stored energy. In that case, you’d better prepare a new battery replacement for your phone.
Warning From WindowsThere exist another reminder that when your battery reaches a low enough capacity level, there will be a red X appeared on the battery icon when you connected your mobile to the computer, which warns you that you’ll need a replacement battery.
The Battery ExpansionAs the long time use of your battery, the battery capacity will drop gradually, and you may encounter that the battery starts to bulge, the internal battery cell ruptured and cause a bulge on the rear housing or the casing or cause your screen separate from the middle frame, this means you need a battery replacement as quick as you can.
How to Check Your iPhone Battery Charge Cycle Count and Health Condition.There is an easy way to check out your battery charge cycle count and health condition.
- Step 1 Download and install iBackupbot or itools on your PC.
- Step 2 After installation, connect your phone to PC.
- Step 3 Open the application iBackubot, click the name of your device on the left sidebar, you will find information about your device. ( Or if you are using itools, which is much easier, just click the Battery Master on the interface and you can check the information you need.)
- Step 4 Choose "More Information", will appear a new window that displays the number of your battery cycle count, as shown below.