Dell.waleed, 07 Feb 2018i still have no any battery related issues in my iPhone 6s plus. Because you have probably just purchased that phone...
Instead on focusing on better batteries they created new bloatware and called in innovation.
This is just rubbish.
Apple was the first to seal the battery in. Eventually the rest followed.
Solution my a$$. It was/is an invented problem to begin with. Apple basically removed all user comforts ranging from hardware (battery, sd, 3.5mm) to software (the user controls only a shell on top of the actual OS) and they expected it would work long term .
There is a reason Apple lost the PC battle, they will eventually lose the phone battle long term. Sealing everything gives you absolute control of the profits but creates so many problems long term that is simply not worth it. Google could see it (to a point), dunno why Apple never did...
What iPhone is that? The one in this article. 6? 6s? 7? 8? Jeez, i cant name it.
i still have no any battery related issues in my iPhone 6s plus.
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 07 Feb 2018and non-apple user will call it "innovation""Feature"
The battery is still not replaceable, so the real problem is still existing.