Issue with battery life even on airplane mode
I Have been having an issue with my iPhone 5c for several months now. With the battery life. Even when it is in airplane mode it shuts off. It stRted out when it got to ten percent it would shut down. We get to 40. percent it shuts down now. I've turned everything off on my phone and I have changed the battery twice. Any ideas?
This is very likely the source of your issue. Did you do this yourself, or at some unauthorized service place? If so, you are now out of luck.
Seriously!! Anyways If you don't have any other way to help out then why bother posting something. The problem had been there before I even had the battery changed. And yes I had a tech do it first time then called him and he said to try another one. So I took battery out of another iPhone knowing the battery was good. Put it in and same problem. So its not the issue with the battery changing process.
i Fjgur d maybe something wrong with programm or something not sure.
Other than replacing the battery, what other troubleshooting have you tried? When you said that a technician replaced the battery, are you referring to a Genius at the Apple Store, or an Authorized Apple Service Provider? Or are you referring to a 3rd party repair? If 3rd party, then you have voided any post-warranty support from Apple. You would be on your own for repairs, Seriously. If you are experiencing an issue with battery life while in Airplane mode, then I would restore the device to factory and test without adding any additional content to the device. If it still uses a large amount of battery, then you would have some type of hardware issue, and not necessarily the battery.
Use iTunes on your Mac or PC to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to factory settings - Apple Support
I think you have to Replace a Genuine Apple 5C Battery. Cause Battery you have Replace is Useless
Maybe It's a Fake one or Heavily use Old Battery so Better to go for a Genuine New Battery !!
NO Faulty with Phone!!
Install the "Battery Life" app from the app store. Launch it. Swipe over to the third info screen and evaluate the information. Is the max mAh of the battery that's installed correct for your phone? Is the Capacity listed to be the same as the mAh or is it less (indicating battery wear)? How many charge cycles does it show? A truly new battery starts at 0.