My iPhone 6s shutted down off

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  1. Visly, Jan 12, 2016
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    Visly macrumors member

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    Just now my iPhone 6s shutted down.Phone just lay on the table locked without any game turned on or other battery loads.99 percent battery was.I uses phone about 4 months and never seen before.Then i turn it on by hard reset.Have anyone seen it with your phone?
     
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  3. Visly thread starter macrumors member

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    No

    Just seen now it(once).Never seen before since i buy it.
     
  4. Vicrooloo macrumors regular

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    Let us know when you have a trend going because we can't help you troubleshoot the odd one time thing.
     
  5. Alexrat1996 Suspended

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    if it have happens again call apple care or take it to apple store to get replaced
     
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    Mine has never retarted out of the blue like that.
     
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    Sounds good to me. Perhaps you only install rock-solid apps? :)
     
  9. noobinator, Jan 12, 2016
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    As others have somewhat mentioned, it is not a problem unless it keeps happening.
     
  10. Amazing Iceman, Jan 12, 2016
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    It happened to one of my clients recently, and there was no way to bring it back On.
    A puzzled Apple Genius replaced it for her.

    Over time I have noticed that some cases may cause iPhones to heat up more than normal, and could be causing the phones to eventually fail.
    It happened to an iPhone 5c which started damaging SIM cards and later started failing to connect to WiFi. Once the phone was removed from its case, the problem diminished. Phone had to be exchanged because apparently it had already suffered damage.
     

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