Great battery life is an important aspect of any smartphone and also a factor that most consumers consider when buying a new mobile phone. Unfortunately, the battery life of any brand’s phone is prone to becoming lesser over time with constant usage of heavy apps and high-quality data.
Makes sure your phone always stays the same in battery capacity and power efficiency by conveniently changing the old battery for a new one. This switch can be a lifesaver when it comes to elongating your phone’s life in the long run!
Here are some of the best iPhone X replacement batteries to buy in the market.
How to replace the iPhone X battery?
Thinks you will need -
- Suction cup
- Plastic Spudger 2pc
- Plastic Spudger
- Multi-purpose Screwdriver
- Ultra-thin plastic card
- Screen Adhesive
- Battery Adhesive
Step 1 - Shut down your Apple iPhone X and eject the nano-SIM card tray.
Step 2 - Remove the bottom 2 Pentalobe screws that are placed next to the charging port.
Step 3 - Place the suction cup as close as you can to the home button and lightly pull upwards.
Step 4 - Use the metallic prying tool and sneak it in right below the home button, moving it from left to right to separate the screen from the frame as it is glued around the edge with waterproof tape. Slice through the adhesive and carefully decouple the display assembly.
Step 5 - Tilt the screen up but don’t remove it completely as it is still connected to the phone by cables on the right side. It will fold out like a book.
Step 6 - There are ribbons on the right side of the phone that are extremely fragile and are covered by a metal bracket. Remove the 5 screws holding the metal plate down and pull it out of place.
Step 7 - All the connectors are in one solitary row with the battery connector as the first one. Use a plastic pry tool to lift this off and then detach the two screen ribbons, one at the bottom right, and the other at the bottom left side of the connector row.
Step 8 - Next up are the ribbons for the earpiece and microphone that detach like little Lego pieces from the motherboard, also completely removing the screen from the frame of the phone.
Step 9 - Grab the first pull tab at the top of the battery and slowly pull it out from underneath. At the bottom of the battery, there are 3 more pull tabs that are hard to get to but can be pulled out with a pair of wide tip tweezers.
Step 10 - The old battery is finally free and can be replaced with a new battery. Reassemble the phone by following the steps in reverse order.