Apple recently created a new battery replacement policy that costs just $ 29 in the United States and $ 35 in Canada in response to widespread complaints of a slowdown in older phones. The company said the slowdown is a power management strategy to avoid the sudden shutdown of old, inferior batteries.
Although someiPhoneUsers only increased their speed by 20-30%, but Pell was extremely fortunate to have her iPhone double the test score after replacing batteries in a speed-testing application, Geekbench.
Before changing the battery,Pell's handset ran 784 points in a single-core run in Geekbench and 1379 points in a multi-core run. After the battery, single-core run divided into 1551 points, multi-core run divided into 2669 -This is a huge change. (Modern phones have multicore processors to improve performance, but not all applications use multicore. Higher scores mean better, faster.)
Even more impressive is that Pell's handsets have only 18% of the battery tested. That's exactly what Apple said about her old batteries would force the system to slow down and save energy.
Her husband, Steve, also joined the battery renewal program and experienced a similar result: running speed almost doubled.
However, not all users are so lucky - some users reported a 20-30% increase in the speed of new batteries.
Now for a large price drop battery, if fortunate enough, performance can greatly enhance, it is worth a try. But you'd better hurry up: The plan is so popular that the battery inventory will be in a hurry.