On 27/09/2021 21:54, Harry Bloomfield wrote:
> I was having an issue with my Iphone suddenly having zero battery,
> despite full charge, then lasting all day sometimes - all fixed with a
> new OEM battery.
> My noral use is for it to be on its charge stand most of the time, only
> taken off when I go out. I understand this treatment is not good for the
> battery, so I am looking at alternative methods...
Your phone should be able to overlook that, charging only when it thinks
it's necessary. It knows more about the charge / cycle state than you do.
Buy a replacement iPhone battery from iFixit. That's what I did a few
years ago, and my iPhone SE is still holding good charge, working I
think better than the Apple original.
It's not an original part (not that you can get original parts anyway),
and certainly not an OEM (as Apple would crucify them). But iFixit has a
good rep, so £30 went flying their way.
I wasted time changing an iPhone battery for a neighbour with a cheapie
bought from eBay, it didn't fix their charging problems.
This recent video sums it all up.
Its all a Scam! - Before Replacing Your Phone Battery Watch This -