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Here's how to check if your finicky iPhone 6S battery needs to be replaced

Mashable Wednesday, 30 November 2016
If your iPhone 6S has been plagued with power issues, never fear: Apple is offering battery replacements for the faulty devices. 

SEE ALSO: Yeah, the iPhone 7 is boring, but who cares? I still love it.

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