How Did Apple's Previous Handsets Become So Much Slower?

Recently, Apple was forced to examine why newer iPhones, iPods, and iPad screens were unresponsive when they were upgraded with software from older models. Prior, Apple products had their program execution slowed down to save battery life, allowing users to use the device for longer periods of time between recharges.


Repeated charging of your iPhone, iPod or iPad battery reduces its ability to maintain a full charge over time. Even after a complete re-energize, the battery will still indicate a full charge, but the amount of time it can run on a full charge will diminish with time.


What began as a seven- or eight-hour battery may progressively decrease to four hours, three hours, and finally minutes before requiring recharging. Therefore, many users may fork out a considerable amount of money on a newer Apple device only to learn that they’ve lost a significant quantity of their beloved photos, music, and applications due to improper data transfers.


The fact that your battery is obsolete and no longer has the power to meet your daily needs is not a deal-breaker. It is possible to replace your gadget’s battery for a fraction of the price of a new Apple iPhone, iPod, or iPad. This will bring your smartphone back to life and allow it to perform as it did when it was brand new. We’ve been replacing iPhone, iPod, and iPad batteries for years and have a great reputation in the industry.


To power our equipment, we rely on superior alternative batteries that have been shown to work in the past. As long as we have the most often used batteries on hand, we can usually fix your equipment while you wait, saving you valuable time away from your most important assets. Is it time to get a new battery for your iPhone, iPod, or iPad since the one you have is no longer cutting it? Contact us now to learn more about how simple and economical battery replacement can be.