How to Transfer Battery Power From One Apple Device to Another

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Are you looking to transfer battery power from one Apple device to another? If so, you’ve come to the right place!

It is important to note that you can only use a battery from one iPhone model to the same model. This means if you have an iPhone 6 and it is less than 6 months old and you crack the screen, you can buy a new iPhone 6 and keep the old one. If your new battery goes bad, you can transfer the old one into the new one if you replace the battery adhesive.

In order to transfer your battery power, here are some steps that will help guide you thrugh the process:

1. Make sure that both phones are powered off before beginning.
2. Remove any cases or covers from both devices before proceeding.
3. Locate the screws on the side of each device and remove them with a screwdriver that fits properly.
4. Pry open each device using a plastic opening tool or smething similar in size and shape so as not to damage any components inside either phone.
5. Carefully remove the battery from each device by lifting it up and away from any other components inside each phone.
6. Transfer your desired battery over to its new home by carefully inserting it into place while being mindful of all connections it may need in order for it to work properly in its new environment (i.e., making sure all positive/negative terminal connections are secure).
7. Reassemble each device by screwing everything back together in reverse order of how you took apart each phone initially (i.e., putting all screws back into place).
8. Power both phones on again, making sure that your desired battery is now powering your newer device correctly with no issues whatsoever!

We hope this blog post has been informative and helpful in guiding you throuh transferring your Apple products’ battery power from one device to another! It may seem daunting at first but with patience, dedication, and proper research – anyone can do it!

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Can Apple Devices Recharge Batteries?

No, Apple devices cnnot transfer battery. Each Apple device requires a specific model number and size of battery to fit the corresponding device. If you need to replace your device’s battery, you must purchase the same model number and size of battery that matches the particular Apple device you have. Additionally, it is not recommended to use a used or second-hand battery as they may be defective or contain cells with low capacity, resulting in reduced performance or even worse, damage to your device.

Can an iPhone 14 Charge Another iPhone?

No, unfortnately the iPhone 14 series does not have the capability to charge another iPhone wirelessly. However, you can connect two iPhones using a USB cable and use one phone to charge the other. To do this, you’ll need to enable Personal Hotspot on the iPhone that has power and connect it to the other device. Once connected, you’ll be able to transfer power from one device to another and charge your second iPhone.

Can an iPhone 12 Charge Another Phone?

No, the iPhone 12 cannot give battery to anther phone. The iPhone 12 has wireless charging capabilities, allowing it to be charged using a MagSafe or Qi charger, but it does not have reverse-charging technology that would enable it to charge other phones wirelessly.


In conclusion, it is possible to transfer a battery from one iPhone model to the same model if both phones are less than 6 months old. However, replacing the battery adhesive is necessary in order for the battery to work properly. It is important to note that transferring a battery from one iPhone model to another will not work, and could even caue damage to either or both phones.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.