Iphone 6 Doesn’t Keep Charging 2 Months

Regardless of the version of iOS, users always find themselves in a situation where iPhone is quickly discharged. What does this problem have for quite a lot of people, but not many people pay attention to it right away.

In this article I will tell you how to get rid of this misfortune and return the battery to your iPhone “former shutter speed.” By the way, the information in this article also applies to iPad tablets.

In my case, I accidentally noticed that the percentages on the residual charge counter began to disappear somehow unnaturally quickly. I even began to conduct experiments: I charged the iPhone battery to 100% and left it dozing on the table all night.

And what would you think? To my great regret, the experiments confirmed my fears. the iPhone really discharged abnormally quickly.

Per night (in about 7 hours) I lost more than 20% of the battery charge. This is provided that the phone was not used at all, and was in low power mode. It was just a disaster! What to do?

Do you have an unplanned iPhone repair or is the problem in the software? A whole bunch of questions rummaged in my head, with which I turned to the Internet. And here is what I managed to find.

The thing is that somewhere in the “depths of iOS” there may be a conflict that partially crashes one of the applications, which in turn begins to intensively “eat energy”.

Those. everything is as if normal, and you use your phone in normal mode, but at one fine moment it starts to “devour” charged lithium ions at an incredible speed.

And note that all this happens for no apparent reason, regardless of the version of iOS and the model of your iPhone. My iPhone, for no reason, began to run out quickly on 5.1.1, and on iOS 6.1.3, and on iOS 7.0.6. Recently released iOS 7.1 firmware. I think that in it there are the same flaws.

Now you probably ask “So what to do when the iPhone is quickly discharged?”. The answer is always the same. “Follow the instructions below.”

If your iPhone starts to run down quickly, you need to clear the contents of the RAM (close all applications) and reboot the device in a hard way.

And now in more detail, for those who do not understand what needs to be done:

STEP 1. Close all open applications on the iPhone. To do this, double-click the Home button to call up the multitasking panel, where we close all applications by swiping the icons up.

Attention! We close absolutely all applications. Only the home screen should remain.

STEP 2. Hard load iPhone. To do this, simultaneously hold down the Home button (round button under the screen) and Power (on the top of the phone). Hold until the screen goes blank (about 7 seconds).

If the method above did not help, it is possible that there is a problem with the hardware (battery or charging controller). The articles below will help you figure this out.

  • IPhone is not charging! What to do? read this article
  • Is it safe to charge your iPhone with iPad charging? read in this article
  • Is the charging or power controller flying? read how to replace here

That was all that needed to be done. The whole procedure takes exactly one minute. Now your iPhone will lie down all night and not be discharged by more than 3%. Checked!

Carry out this procedure at least once every three months. And do not forget that the batteries and accumulators of any devices are consumables, i.e. eventually lose their properties and require replacement.

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