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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by pandi.ruvina, May 9, 2017.
Just a little poll to really understand how to proceed...
If the phone does everything you want, then why not replace the battery and save the expense of a new phone.
I replaced the battery on my iPhone 5 last year for $100. No regrets. My other option was to buy a newer phone that I didn't need for $600 to $700.
I have a 5S that I still use today and the battery still lasts pretty much as if it were new. I did buy a SE last month to "replace" the 5S. It still looks the same but it's much faster and the battery lasts an amazingly long time and I did't have to pay $700 like I would if I bought a 7.
Just replace the battery and save the money for the iPhone 8.