Charge Current Maxed out at 2400 mA after replacing battery
Hello all, so yesterday I replaced my iPhone 6s Plus battery with a kit I bought right here on ifixit. On my PC I have a program called Asus Ai Charger to essentially fast charge my idevice. The charger current would output anywhere from 24000-26100 mA, after replacing my battery that current has capped out at 2400 mA. I have also calibrated the new battery and successfully completed one full cycle, When it comes to voltages and current I am not really intrigued , so that is why I come here to ask someone who may know more information. I tried searching my problem up for about an hour and nothing on this matter could be found…There are 2 idea’s that I may believe could possibly be the problem, the first one being the ifixit batteries are not OEM Apple batteries and were not designed/capable to accept such high rates..The second thing is I installed an led logo mod that sits on top of the battery connector port. For those wondering it uses very little energy in fact I had it running for an hour with phone screen idle and only 1% battery loss. Anyway,I wonder if the gold plated connectors from the flex cable of the led strip could be causing this.
Here are 2 screenshots of what my battery’s max current charge is now and what it should of looked like before. (Note: Before image is from an older iPhone as I did not have any screenshots from my iPhone 6sPlus.)
Few extra things: I don’t think I damaged anything on the logic board as I didn’t force screws in holes or over tighten. Also for those wondering I have been using Asus’s fast charging program for over 1000+days and it has not caused any significant problems with my phone at all. I’ve had this 6S+ since launch and the battery just now finally trickled down to 81% capacity. I just want to be able to charge my phone fast again.
TLDR: Replaced iP6S+ Battery and not getting full charger current with new one.