iPhone 8 Plus Battery Replacement

iPhone 8 Plus Battery Replacement
$11.88
SKU:
10-AP-3639

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Description

iPhone 8 Plus Battery Replacement from DiyMobile Repair.  If your iPhone is not holding a charge, not lasting the day or is over 2 years old, you may require a brand new battery replacement.  This is one of the most common DIY Repairs you can perform at home.

Pre-Installed
Installed Zero Cycle Count
 Installed UN 38.3 Certified
Installed TI "Gas Guage" Chip
Installed Battery Adhesive

What is 'UN 38.3'?

Our batteries are put through extensive testing to ensure they meet the criteria of the UN/DOT 38.3 testing standards. We provide you with a safe, durable and long-lasting lithium-ion battery assembly that can withstand the rigors of transportation & wear. These tests include extreme thermal conditions, impact, overcharge and forced discharge simulation, vibration, shock, external short-circuiting, altitude/air transport simulation.

What is 'Zero-Cycle'?

 Zero-Cycle means the battery has never been used or discharged. Any partial discharge and recharge count toward a full cycle. Typically a battery is only capable of up to 500 cycles before it begins to noticibly degrade. Our batteries have the maximum number of cycles availavle for your use.

Compatible with:

  • iPhone 8 Plus  
 Features:
  • Brand New iPhone 8 Plus Battery Replacement 
  • Li-Ion 2691 mAh battery (10.28 Wh)
  • Fast Shipping
  • Free Pry Tool

Batteries may only be shipped to the Contiguous United States via Ground

Available as a DIY Kit. Included in this 11 piece tool kit are all the required tools for a successful battery swap on your iPhone. This toolkit is also useful for future repairs and maintenance of your device.

Complete iPhone Tool Kit includes:

  • Tri-Point Screwdriver
  • Small Phillips Screwdriver
  • Small Flathead Screwdriver
  • Plastic Opening Tools
  • Suction Cup
  • Nylon Spudger
  • iPhone 5-Point Pentalobe Screwdriver
  • Fine Tip Curved Tweezers
  • Micro Fiber Cleaning Cloth
  • SIM Card Ejection Tool

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