Iphone 6 64GB Battery problem???

GTR King

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Ok so I have just upgraded to IPhone 7 32GB Silver o2

I have an iPhone 6 64GB Silver iOS 9 Downgraded from IOS 10 & fully restored

Battery Statistics iOS 9
Usage 28 Mins
Standby 9 Hours 30 mins

Battery Statistics iOS 10
Usage 17 Mins
Standby 7 Hours 30 Mins

Is that normal?? Had iPhone 6 for nearly 2 years

Dose the batter need replacing??

Should I fix the phone & sell it or sell it for less with faulty battery??
 

GTR King

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Update it's faulty Logic/motherboard/cpu chip repair shop quoted me £115. Can this phone be fixed for cheaper?? Or is the phone beyond repair?
 

GTR King

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I went to the Istore about a week ago, they did basic Digonostic test on it & said my phone is fullly working & nothing is wrong with it (I think it's a joke) so gonna take it to another repair shop & hopefully they can fix it.
 

GTR King

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So can I do that?? Or will they find out??

I do trust apple but they are expensive
 

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So can I do that?? Or will they find out??

I do trust apple but they are expensive

If Apple says there is nothing worng with your phone you should be able to sell it. It would be nice if they gave you some type of written paperwork stating that it meets specs. I would rather buy your phone that one you took to some kiosk at a mall and had the open it. The serial and IMEI would no longer match if they put another circuit board in it. The board would be used and from who's old phone you may never know.
 
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GTR King

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I took it to phone repair shop who fixed my mac & it still works fine

So I could traded it into game how it is & won't in trouble??

Or is apple fobbing me off??
 

Thor_1

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Apple has no reason to mis-lead you. If you have no warranty, that is more money for them.

Maybe do a clean install with no backup and see how the battery does.
 

GTR King

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Did that & got these usages

iOS 9
Usage 17 mins
Standby 9 hours 30

iOS 10
Usage 17 mins
Standby 7 Hours 30 mins

So how is that working?? Something must be faulty
 

C DM

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Did that & got these usages

iOS 9
Usage 17 mins
Standby 9 hours 30

iOS 10
Usage 17 mins
Standby 7 Hours 30 mins

So how is that working?? Something must be faulty
What's the issue there again? Are these on different phones? Are these usages from different times? What's the battery percentage with those usages?
 

GTR King

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That's on my iPhone 6

That was recorded at 1% battery on iOS 9/10 when those usages where taken...

I left the iPhone didn't even touch it only to check battery%
 

Thor_1

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That's on my iPhone 6

That was recorded at 1% battery on iOS 9/10 when those usages where taken...

I left the iPhone didn't even touch it only to check battery%
what is the battery app saying is draining the battery? Can you post?
 

C DM

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That's on my iPhone 6

That was recorded at 1% battery on iOS 9/10 when those usages where taken...

I left the iPhone didn't even touch it only to check battery%
How soon after upgrading or downgrading were these stats taken? This is the same phone with the same exact settings simply sitting in the same exact place?
 

GTR King

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Same settings on iOS 9/10 I downgraded to see if it was iOS 10 but it wasn't

Phone was in the same places just left there till the battery died..

Those stats where taken once iphone was fully charged after downgrading to iOS 9

Don't have battery app & phone is rest ready to sell it once fixed

I tested the phone 3-4 times & got sand stats
 

GTR King

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Update got told at repair shop it's faulty IC chip & costs about £39.99 to fix but takes 2-3 weeks as can't to it there

So gonna take it to cex/game & see what they offer me (Proably nothing) but hoping for about £220 for iPhone if no luck will put it on eBay
 

deano1972

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Yeah just sell it as is if Apple found nothing wrong with it.

You could try a DFU restore and then set it up as new before selling it too, that might improve things battery wise if something gone a bit dicky firmware wise somehow.
 

GTR King

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I am selling it on iPhone eBay describing it with faulty IC Chip & will see what's wrong with it
 

GTR King

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Didn't work...

Apple did 2nd check and told It's the Power Management IC Chip that has gone same as 2nd repair shop..

Rung apple they quoted me £200/2-4 weeks to be fixed

I Went to every iTechnician Repair shop in my area except for one (Send them message)

1st place £115 takes 7 days to 2 weeks (Needs to be send off)
2nd place £39.99/£60 2-5 weeks (Needs to be send off)
3rd place £55 2-3 days but as very specialist job iPhone might die/not work after..

is there anywhere that get it fixed in under a week?? Or is my phone beyond repair???

Tried eBay 2 times didn't reach reserve price

what best thing to do with this phone??

I want it fixed or sell it for no less than £180