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현재 버전 게시자: Sam Goldheart (투표 내용) ,

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It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row.  We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit.  Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.

I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries.  They are so cheap and so useful.  If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges.  Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far sooner and you would have had an early tip off to the problem.

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편집자: iRobot ,

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It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row.  We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit.  Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.

I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries.  They are so cheap and so useful.  If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges.  Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far sooner and you would have had an early tip off to the problem.

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편집자: adam ,

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It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row. We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit. Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.
-I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries. They are so cheap and so useful. If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges. Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far sooner and you would have any early too off to the problem.
+I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries. They are so cheap and so useful. If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges. Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far sooner and you would have had an early tip off to the problem.

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편집자: adam ,

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It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row. We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit. Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.
-I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries. They are so cheap and so useful. If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges. Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far enough and you would have any early too off to the problem.
+I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries. They are so cheap and so useful. If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges. Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far sooner and you would have any early too off to the problem.

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편집자: adam ,

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It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row. We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit. Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.
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+I would also recommend you utilize a USB ampere meter attached to your charger when you are testing newly installed batteries. They are so cheap and so useful. If you install a low charged battery in a customer's iPhone 6, you should see the phone begin to pull a range of 1Amp-1.6Amps while charging, cycling up and down as the battery charges. Normally, this current would begin to go down noticably after around the 80% mark. In the case of your faulty battery that stopped at 43%, you would have noticed abnormal readings on the meter. With that kind of battery, the current draw would have gone down far enough and you would have any early too off to the problem.

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원문 게시자: adam ,

텍스트:

It is DEFINITELY possible your vendor sent you two bad batteries in a row.  We have gone through years of struggling to find a reliable battery supplier. There are really only 2 companies whose quality I trust and one of them is Ifixit.  Our iPhone 6 battery defect rate from Ifixit is 1.4% over a few hundred units so far. Compare that to careless vendors that ship 10% defects or worse.

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