Apple iPhone 7 - Battery 1960 mAh
Order no. iPhone7-13
Our code: iPhone7-13
Our code: iPhone7-13
The replacement battery for Apple iPhone 7, which you can use if the battery on your device needs to be replaced, whether it has stopped charging to 100%, is damaged, or has become obsolete over time. OEM spare part.Show more
The replacement battery for Apple iPhone 7, which you can use if the battery on your device needs to be replaced, whether it has stopped charging to 100%, is damaged, or has become obsolete over time. OEM spare part.
Did you know that Apple doesn't make a single battery for the iPhone?
Apple provides design, development of new features, software and hardware manufactured by other companies.
At Apple, the individual parts come from different factories, companies and countries. One produces, for example, batteries for the iPhone, the other cameras or LCD displays and touch glasses.
All components will then meet at one of Foxconn's factories, where the Apple iPhone will be assembled. The battery in your iPhone is from the Huizhou Desay Battery, the camera from Sony and the LCD display will be supplied by Sharp, for example - from which we also take a spare FixPremium display.
The batteries we sell for the Apple iPhone are exactly the same as the originals used in your iPhone, they come from the same factories and production lines. The only difference is really just the missing Apple logo.
In practice, this works by Apple ordering, for example, 30 million iPhone batteries. Once off the production line, they travel to Foxconn to assemble the phone. However, the production line will not stop. The same batteries (popularly also flashlights) for the iPhone are still produced on it. The manufacturer of spare parts for the Apple iPhone only changes the print and sells the batteries to other customers. So even if spare parts for the iPhone don't have a bite of an apple, you can rely on them 100%.
The battery for the Apple iPhone does not have the Apple logo, but is from the same factory as the one that is directly in the phone since the novelty.
An inflated Li-Ion battery may ignite or explode. When removing the inflated battery from the device, proceed with the utmost care and at your own risk. If in doubt, insulate the device and consult a qualified service technician. You should not use the device with an inflated battery to avoid potential damage to the device or personal injury.
Li-Ion batteries use chemical reactions to produce electricity. As the battery ages, this reaction does not complete perfectly, which may result in the formation of gas, which causes the battery to inflate. In addition, if the chemical layers of the battery do not maintain proper separation due to damage, gas leakage, inflation, and even fire may occur. The swelling is the result of trapping particles between the layers of the battery, or of breaking the membrane separating the individual layers. If the membrane is broken, an explosive reaction with air humidity can occur.
How to identify an inflated battery
If the battery on Apple iPhone 7 has inflated or lost capacity, it needs to be replaced.
When do you need to replace the battery?
Original and OEM spare parts
Originality: OEM - Spare part sold as OEM ("Original Equipment Manufacturer") is manufactured to the same standards, specifications and materials as the original. This is a copy of the original, and the spare part delivered as an OEM may (in rare cases) have minimal variations in functionality, quality or appearance.To find out more about originality, read our blog where we focus on originality in more detail.
Assembly and tips:
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