You may be using your iPhone to charge up its battery, but the cover on your iPhone 6S may have a hole in it.
There’s a possibility that your battery cover could come apart if you don’t unplug it quickly.
We have a full guide to unplugging your iPhone battery cover if you’re worried about your iPhone going dead.
Here’s what to do:Step 1: Remove the cover.
Open the case.
Step 2: Put the battery cover in its original position.
Step 3: Put your iPhone into sleep mode and plug it into the charger.
Step 4: If you’re using a 3.5mm audio jack, remove it.
Step 5: Check that the iPhone battery is completely charged.
Step 6: Put it back in sleep mode.
Step 7: Wait for the iPhone to finish charging.
If you’re not sure what’s happening, you can check your iPhone’s battery level with a few simple steps.
The iPhone 6s’ battery is currently at 5,800 mAh, but it can be charged up to 9,000 mAh.
If your iPhone is charged to 90000 mAh or more, you should unplug the cover quickly.
If you don´t see any charging progress, the battery will not charge at all.
Step 1 of 6: Unplug the battery CoverOnce your iPhone has fully charged, unplug all the power from the iPhone.
This will remove the battery from the battery cap.
Step2: Remove battery coverYou can also remove the cover from your iPhone by gently pressing the cover against your hand.
If it doesn´t budge, the cover may be attached incorrectly.
It may be possible to remove the iPhone cover by gently lifting it off the battery.
If that doesn’t work, try another method.
Step3: Check the batteryThe iPhone battery will need to be checked periodically to ensure that it is charging properly.
You can check the battery with the iPhone’s display, if the battery indicator is bright or amber, or by looking at the battery under the screen.
You may also use the Power Saver app to check the charging status.
If your iPhone appears to be charging slowly, you may need to do more than just plug in your battery.
You might also need to connect the iPhone cable to the charger, which can help to prevent the battery becoming overheated.
Step4: Check charging progressIf you have a 3-5 day battery life, the iPhone 6 will probably need to charge for 5 to 7 days before the battery becomes fully charged.
If the iPhone is charging to 9 or more days, it will likely need to wait longer than this.
If the battery is charging more slowly than expected, or the iPhone can’t be charged quickly enough, the phone might need to replace the battery as soon as possible.