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Is there a recall on iPhone 5?

Is there a recall on iPhone 5?

Apple has announced a recall of sorts on select iPhone 5 models due to a battery problem. Apparently, a small percentage of devices have a short battery life that need to be charged more frequently.

Why does my iPhone 5 battery keep dying?

You could be using bad quality batteries (very common). You could have excess battery drain due to software issues (back-up your iPhone, restore software using iTunes, re-install your bak-up.

Can iPhone 5 Replace battery?

Apple has for some time offered a battery replacement service for all its devices that don’t feature user-replaceable batteries. The iPhone 5 is a very compact phone but thankfully the battery is the easiest component to replace, if you can get inside that is.

How do I improve battery life on iPhone 5?

Here are five ways to save iPhone battery life.

  1. Check which apps are using the most battery.
  2. Turn down your screen brightness.
  3. Turn off WiFi or cell service as appropriate.
  4. Turn off Location Services for apps.
  5. Use Low Power Mode.
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How do I check my iPhone for recalls?

You can easily find out if your iPhone is eligible for the recall by visiting Apple’s dedicated web page for the programme, and using the serial number checking tool. Open Settings > General > About on your iPhone; the Serial Number is listed as the 11th entry on this page.

Why is my iPhone 5s battery draining so fast?

One of the reasons why your phone battery dies so fast is because certain apps use up a lot of battery life while running in the background. Try removing these apps from your phone then check if the issue still occurs. Tap Settings from your Home screen. Go to the Battery Usage section.

What is the lifespan of an iPhone 5s battery?

The battery in your iPhone is capable of around 300 to 400 complete battery cycles, or full charges before reaching 80% of its original capacity. This usually takes about two full years of iPhone use, which is why we tend to think of smartphones as having a two-year lifespan.

How do I check battery health on iPhone 5?

It’s easy to tell if it needs replacing:

  1. Go to Settings > Battery.
  2. Tap on Battery Health.
  3. You will see what the ‘maximum capacity’ of you battery is – this is a measure of your battery capacity relative to when the battery was new.
  4. Below that is an indication of the battery’s ‘Peak Performance Capacity’.