According to Apple, a small number of iPhone 5 sold between September 2012 and January 2013 are experiencing battery problems, where the users may experience reduced battery life, causing them to charge more frequently.
Apple is now asking those who purchased an iPhone 5 in that period to check if they eligible for their battery replacement program. You have to enter the serial number of iPhone on Apple's website to check if your phone is eligible and if it is, Apple will replace the battery free of charge.
You can find more details in the link below.
my iphone 5 is from japan. it is experiencing battery problem. apple centers in India are not giving service to overseas phones. Now from where should i purchase the battery? So that it gives good backup & also do not explodes etc
This is a strange comment. The S2 is at least 2 years old, maybe 3, so how would you expect it to have the same battery life as a new phone bought this year? And, your phone will last longer, because you can buy a replacement battery.
Wrong on two main accounts. First that is not a common problem of the S2. Plus "this also ties in with the second part" that is an old device.....So you probably need a new battery. Next....It's an old device. The Iphone 5 came out j...