Explain this... battery issue.

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by JrFreak, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. JrFreak macrumors 6502a


    Aug 3, 2009
    I was at 23%... got a battery at 10% warning, then a second later the battery showed 1%, then a few seconds after that the phone shut off. From 23% to OFF in about 15 secs. Plugged phone in, phone rebooted and showed 22% battery right away.

  2. Dave Felix macrumors 6502a

    Dave Felix

    Apr 9, 2011
    Scranton, Pennsylvania
    These battery issues are getting out of hand.. consult Apple right away. You may be able to get a replacement.
  3. jav6454 macrumors P6


    Nov 14, 2007
    1 Geostationary Tower Plaza
    The battery percent indicator is just that, an estimated indication how much charge is left in your battery. It is not an accurate depiction of the current charge. If your battery has had wear and tear, then the indicator will vary even more so.
  4. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere


    Apr 16, 2008
    At the iPhone hacks section.
    Like Jav said above the percentage indicator is off sometimes and phone battery needs calibration. Don't rely 100% on it and don't take it as completely accurate all the time.
    I had my battery at 10% and my phone turned off. And other times it went down to 1% then shut off.
  5. verwon macrumors 68030


    Jul 26, 2011
    And I've had it show 1%, but last for another 2 hours. It just happens.
  6. imhereareyou macrumors regular


    Aug 28, 2013
    Mine was fine before the update to ios7... since then it has been doing the same thing. I contacted apple about it a while ago still nothing yet..
  7. powerstrokin macrumors 6502a


    May 18, 2013
    Today mine (iPhone 5, iOS 7.0.3) showed about 60%, then the little 're-spring' circle of white dashes blinking, then dead. Press power button- and the 'plug it in; it's dead' screen showed. Plugged it in, turned it on and battery immediately showed 60% and started charging, too fast I might add..at least going by what the screen showed.

    If we can't even have the "phone's best guess" be remotely accurate for battery drain, then why show it AT ALL? We should just always assume it has enough juice for only one text message, and carry a charger/solar panels everywhere.

    This is ridiculous. Mine wasn't doing this before iOS 7, either.

    I already emailed a local authorized Mac repair place, I'm going to make an appointment and see if they will replace the battery. Bought mine in February so it does have a warranty still.

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