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iPhone 6 Battery Problem: Apple's Battery Exchange Program On The Shelf , Here's What Affected Users Can Do [VIDEO]

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Most iPhone 6 users have been facing problems with their battery and there have been rumors that Apple is already working on a battery replacement program apart from the fixes they have done so far. However, since it is still a rumor, there are some temporary fix that users can do.

Although Apple has already launched a battery replacement in November 2016, they find it hard to identify which iPhone 6 smartphones are qualified for the replacement so they had to take it back. There are different battery issues that have made many people to speculate that a battery exchange program is under work but Apple had already told Apple Insider that there is no significant reason for the move. The battery problems faced by many users include the following:

1.       The just shut down unexpectedly due to manufacturing issue

2.       The phone shuts down even when there is 30 percent remaining

The hopes of the iPhone 6 and 6S users have been shattered after Apple denied that they are working on the battery exchange program. However, there is still another way to get it fixed while waiting for a fix from Apple, especially those who are experiencing shut down even when there is still 30 percent battery life remaining. The issue was caused by a bug that was introduced in a recent major software update.

According to BGR,  the Anker Ultra Slim Extended Battery Case can help double the battery life of the iPhone 6 and 6S. With the use of the case, users will have 120 percent longer battery life that they can use for 60 hours of audio, 12 hours web browsing, 17 hours of 3G talking, 13 hours of video and 3 hours of 3D gaming. Battery case removal is not needed when transferring data or charging the phone using the Micro USB cable provided.

The Anker Ultra Slim Extended Battery Case for iPhone 6 and 6S is available in Amazon.

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