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The iPhone 8 is a powerful smartphone with a fast processor, ample storage even on the most basic model, and a high-quality screen. When new, it offers good performance and long battery life but over time the battery can start to fail, discharging more quickly, and resulting in reduced performance. Smartphone batteries are designed to last a certain number of charging cycles and after repeated charging and discharging they can lose their ability to hold a charge. At that point, it is a good idea to replace the failing power cell. Check out our selection of suitable replacement cost-effective batteries here.
This smartphone comes with a high-quality battery installed on purchase;
If you find that your iPhone 8 is not holding a charge as well as it used to then it is definitely worth replacing the battery. When new, you should be able to get a full day's use out of your iPhone before it discharges. That may not seem like a lot of time, but when you consider the features of the phone it becomes more impressive. As the battery starts to fail you may notice poorer performance in games and apps, in addition to needing to carry a charging brick around with you. Replacing the battery will make your phone feel like new again.
You should replace your phone battery as soon as you notice you are having problems with it. There are apps that you can download which will show you how far through the expected number of charging cycles your battery is, and what the expected capacity of the battery would be. Apple will replace your battery if it is still under warranty and the capacity of the battery is below 80 per cent. You may want to replace your battery yourself if it is now out of warranty, and is below that percentage.
Repairing your iPhone battery unit will not take long and will get you back on your feet and up and running in no time.
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